Lack of attention to the psychological problems of nurses caring for Covid 19 patients has the potential to disrupt health services and will have an impact on poor handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. The aim of this scoping review is to review articles related to how nurses coped with stress, anxiety and depression while caring for COVID-19 patients. 10 from 145 articles that met the inclusion criteria from 5 databases: Google Sholar, Science direct, Pubmed, Willey and Cambridge published from December 2019 to July 2020 were included in this review. From the results and discussion, two general topics were found including stress, anxiety, and depression in nurses caring for COVID-19 patients and how to cope with stress, anxiety, and depression in nurses caring for COVID patients. Hospitals and the government need to meet the various needs of nurses so that service for Covid 19 patients can be of good quality.