PHILADELPHIA (CBS)–More than two dozen medical workers have now quit at Delaware’s Vaughn Correctional Center.

They follow correctional officers who also quit, after this month’s deadly inmate uprising.

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“I struggle to know how we’ll keep the facility open if we lose many more officers,” said Geoff Klopp, the president of the Correctional Officers Association of Delaware last week.

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The association believes that a staffing crisis is to blame for Correctional Officer Lieutenant Stephen Floyd’s  death back on Feb. 1.

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Officials now say 29 nurses, nurse practitioners, clinicians, medical assistants, and technicians have quit since then.