May 1, 2020 |

The ability to test for novel coronavirus is increasing at Memorial Hospital in Rawlins, according to a group of physicians who held a panel discussion Thursday morning.

During the hour long event, streamed on social media, the doctors urged people to continue exercising caution as businesses reopen. They also talked about the hospital’s ‘Surge Plan’ and how long they think COVID-19 will be a part of our daily lives. Cali O’Hare reports.

Replay of the Facebook Live broadcast:

Pictured above: Dr. Stephanie Chiu, Managing Physician at MHCC’s Family Practice Clinic, discusses the average daily census at the hospital and clinics during a COVID 19 panel hosted by MHCC”s physicians on Thursday. Also pictured are ER Dr. Gregory Johnson (center) and ER Dr. Edward Zimmerman (left). 

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