Older patients should reconnect with their doctors for a wellness visit.
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Medical providers won’t be allowed to hold patients responsible for the difference between those amounts and the higher fees they might like to charge.
It will take until around mid- to late January to vaccinate frontline workers, nursing home residents and staff and begin vaccinating the next eligible groups.
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New research suggests pollutants spewed out of car tailpipes are making the people who breathe them at high levels more likely to die from COVID-19.
The state is seeing decreases in both eastern and western Washington since the start of August. Whitman County, where cases are up, is a notable exception.
The system replaces reliance on testing by fingerstick, multiple daily injections or a pump controlled by the patient.
Charlotte gets frustrated when people minimize COVID-19, saying things like, “It’s just like the flu.” “COVID is brutal. It is definitely something you don’t want to get.”
Doctors told her mother that Ramirez was a candidate for a double lung transplant — a procedure had never been done on a COVID patient in the U.S.