Morning Jolt: Non-COVID Patients Need Care, Too

On the menu today: a non-coronavirus medical problem facing America that probably can't be put off any longer; enormous excitement about that study of the coronavirus in Santa Clara, Calif., and some evidence of why that study's suggested ratio of unknown infections to known infections can't fit the worst-hit places, laying out all the possible factors that made New York City the epicenter of the outbreak in America; and one large U.S. company does the unthinkable: It decides it doesn't need aid money that badly and gives it back to the government.

Make America Care for Non-Coronavirus Patients Again

As the United States begins its first tentative steps out of a widespread and unprecedented lockdown, allow me to recommend that the one of the first changes we make is lifting the restrictions on "elective" medical procedures. Alaska, Oklahoma, and Texas have already done so.

"Elective" procedures sound like they're optional; when some people hear that phrase, they may ...

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WITH JIM GERAGHTY April 20 2020
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Non-COVID Patients Need Care, Too

On the menu today: a non-coronavirus medical problem facing America that probably can't be put off any longer; enormous excitement about that study of the coronavirus in Santa Clara, Calif., and some evidence of why that study's suggested ratio of unknown infections to known infections can't fit the worst-hit places, laying out all the possible factors that made New York City the epicenter of the outbreak in America; and one large U.S. company does the unthinkable: It decides it doesn't need aid money that badly and gives it back to the government.

Make America Care for Non-Coronavirus Patients Again

As the United States begins its first tentative steps out of a widespread and unprecedented lockdown, allow me to recommend that the one of the first changes we make is lifting the restrictions on "elective" medical procedures. Alaska, Oklahoma, and Texas have already done so.

"Elective" procedures sound like they're optional; when some people hear that phrase, they may ...   READ MORE

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