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Retired Nurses Joining the Vaccine Workforce

With the COVID-19 pandemic still very much a national emergency, and new vaccines now available to help stem the coronavirus spread, getting America’s entire population immunized is a big challenge. And many retired nurses across the country have stepped forward, out of retirement, to answer the call. In this article appearing at, Bianca Britton and Corky Siemaszko describe how so many have put their retirement on hold to help out in this time of crisis. Click here to read more.

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  1. I am curious is there is any consideration to waive social security over payments for retired healthcare workers mobilized to support COVID vaccination initiatives.

    • Lou Ann,
      Social Security has announced changes to (streamlining of) their processes for handling overpayment waiver requests, but we’re not aware of any special overpayment relief simply because you left retirement to assist with COVID-19 initiatives. However, if you were overpaid SS benefits during the pandemic as a consequence of Social Security not performing their duties in a timely manner, then you can request a waiver of an overpayment which happened as a result of Social Security’s lack of action during the pandemic. To do this you can request a waiver of the overpayment on the basis of it being “against equity and good conscious” which basically means the overpayment was due to Social Security’s actions (or lack thereof). You can do that by submitting form SSA-632, which you can find at this link:
      Russell Gloor
      National Social Security Advisor
      The AMAC Foundation

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