Go In Or Call In? Here’s Some Basic Guidance For Routine Health Care During COVID-19
Originally published from WBUR | Written by Martha Bebinger
“Fear of COVID-19 has kept too many people from going to emergency rooms with life-threatening chest pain, persistent vomiting or numbness that might signal a stroke. If you would have called 911 or had someone drive you to an ER before COVID-19, you should do that now.”
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