“As the novel coronavirus threatens to catch hold in the United States, all eyes are on hospitals and public health officials. But the nation’s health centers are often on the frontlines as well, keeping an eye out for potential cases, comforting fearful patients, and sometimes even going out into the community to evaluate individuals,” writes Direct Relief reporter Tayla Meyers. She recently sat down with Dr. Yee to talk about the impact of the virus on health centers and patients. “I think we want to find the balance of educating our folks but not causing a panic,” said Dr. Yee.
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