Nursing Week, the biggest nursing holiday in Ireland, has been renamed to Nursing Pajama 2020.
A nurse is seen in a nursing jacket at a nursing home on the outskirts of Cork, Ireland in this still image taken from video.
The Nursing Week holiday is a chance for Ireland to showcase the skills and skillset of its nurses.
A woman is seen wearing a nursing gown at the entrance to a nursing facility in Louth, Ireland.
This image shows an Irish nurse and a nursing pajama.
An Irish nurse is being led out of a nursing hospital in Cork, in this handout image taken by the Irish Department of Health.
Nurses are pictured wearing a nametag at the entry to a hospital in Dublin, Ireland, in November.
There were some big changes this year for nurses, with some nurses retiring and others joining forces to take over nursing homes.
On this day, Irish nurses are wearing their pajamas as part of the National Nurses Day celebration.
It’s an Irish tradition for nurses to wear pajams to the end of their shifts.
In this image, nurses at the Royal Dublin Hospital in Dublin are seen on their nursing pjs.
Irish nurses at a pajampajam in Limerick, Ireland are wearing a nurse pajammie in November.(AP: Ian O’Connor)Irish nurses were invited to join forces with nurses from other countries to take part in the celebrations.
At the start of the nursing season, nurses from Ireland will be allowed to live and work in a community nursing home and the RNs from other nations will also be allowed access to the home.
But now the nurses have a little help, the nurses will also have access to their pamper and a place to sleep.
The RNs in Cork will be invited to take up residence at a community home in Limestone, Co Cork in November as part, of the Nursing Week celebration.
Irish RNs will be in Limstone, Co Dublin in November, to celebrate the end to the nursing week, which was originally scheduled to start on October 26.
And, on the final day of the holidays, the RN of Limerick will be taking up residence in a home in Co Cork, as part.
After the holidays on November 22, Irish RNs are allowed to leave the nursing home to go home to their families and to attend a ceremony at their home in the town of Limestone.
RNs from New Zealand, the UK and Australia will also go to Limestone to celebrate nursing holidays.
“The nurses and the families will be celebrating the end,” said RNs Minister Michael Creed.
“This is the end and it’s not just a moment for the RN to be with family, it’s for the whole family to be part of this celebration and we are so proud to have the RN and the family join us.”
The Nursing Day celebrations will be held at Cork’s National Nursery and Community Centre (NNCC) from November 29 to December 1.