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The coronavirus pandemic is — we all hope — a once-in-a-lifetime public health crisis. The virus has brought anxiety, fear, and stress to our families, communities and workplaces.
Our nurse advocates continue to communicate by phone with their patients and if appropriate and permitted, are still visiting patients in hospitals and accompanying them to physician visits.
Please know that our team of nurses is here to help you get whatever you need from the healthcare system. While misinformation and rumors are flying around the internet, we encourage you to seek out reliable sources of information. To learn about the coronavirus and how to protect yourself, we recommend these sites:
U.S. Centers for Disease Control
World Health Organization
Your state’s department of health and your county health department can also be good sources of information about the virus in your local area.
We encourage you to take deep breaths, eat some fruits and vegetables, get enough sleep, wash your hands, and respect public health guidelines to protect not just yourself, but everyone around you.
We are here if you need us! We’re just a phone call or email away!
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