Travel Nurse Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Hub | TNAA

COVID-19 Updates & Resources

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Additional Resources

Easily stay up-to-date on COVID-19 with trusted resources.

  • CDC: View info & updates specifically for healthcare professionals.
  • CDC Map: Interact with the CDC’s map of cases across the US by clicking on a state.
  • Local Health Departments: View state & local health departments from this directory.
TNAA's Response

We do things differently by putting our nurses first.

Support & Benefits That Truly Matter

The only thing you should worry about if you’ve been required to quarantine is self-care. We are here to make sure you get paid. Caring for our travelers remains our top priority; that includes assuring you that your needs won’t be compromised.

  • Pay Protection: Our on-contract nurses who are required to quarantine by their facility and local health department will potentially receive up to 14 days of wages and stipends.
  • Paid Sick Leave: Unlike other agencies, we offer paid sick leave in all 50 states that begins accruing on your first day.
  • Day-One Insurance: For our nurses who have previously elected medical coverage through us, know that your deductibles are being waived for COVID-19 testing.
  • Real Support: We’re here for you 24/7 from helping you navigate your benefits to clinical support from a team of RNs.

As the world looks to healthcare professionals for strength and support, our nurses are stepping up to the front lines. When you travel with TNAA,  you’re part of our family. Learn more about our industry-leading benefits here.