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“There’s a lot of confusion about when you need to get evaluated. Of course, that can be even more challenging for someone who’s uninsured or homeless,” says Richard Bryce, DO, a family physician in Detroit.
After treating patients with novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the New Jersey hospital where he worked, emergency physician Frank Gabrin, DO, 60, died from the disease on March 31.
“The vibe in the ED is definitely different than I’ve ever experienced,” says Alexis Cates, DO, an emergency physician in Philadelphia.
The DO speaks with an emergency physician on the frontlines of the pandemic.
Christina Lang, DO, assembled a team of infectious diseases physicians, who are distilling COVID-19 updates and information into succinct, up-to-date guidelines for primary care physicians.
Here are some ways health care professionals can safeguard their wellbeing during this turbulent time.
Everyday life across the country has dramatically changed as cases skyrocket. The DO speaks with an infectious diseases specialist in Oregon on his observations.