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Primary care doctor visits down 60% since start of COVID-19 pandemic
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Primary care doctor visits down 60% since start of COVID-19 pandemic

Published: May 20, 2020  |  3 min read, 595 words
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Eight year-old Kayden Tree grimaces as a swab is inserted into his nose by nurse Nellie Smith (L) and Ebonie Hearn during a COVID-19 test at a CareSTL Health testing Site in St. Louis on May 11. Photo by Bill Greenblatt/UPI |Visits to primary care doctors declined by as much as 60 percent as the outbreak took hold in the United States in early April, an analysis has found.The impact on health, even as practices begin to reopen for non-coronavirus patients, has been significant, experts say.In research conducted by The Commonwealth Fund, a non-profit focused on healthcare access and... READ MORE
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