Bridge: Michigan passes 200,000 COVID cases. What we’ve learned, and haven’t.

Posted on November 09, 2020

MHA Chief Medical Officer Dr. Gary RothBridge published a story Nov. 6 on the COVID-19 situation in Michigan after Michigan passed 200,000 total positive cases since the pandemic began.

The article compares the environment that Michigan now finds itself in with what occurred in the spring during the first surge of COVID-19 patients.

Included in the article is a quote from MHA Chief Medical Officer Dr. Gary Roth addressing staff burnout and the concerns regarding staffing while Michigan experiences a second surge of COVID-19.

“Many of them had just barely begun to recover from the effects of the stresses of COVID-19 early on,” said Roth.

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  • Bridge: Michigan passes 200,000 COVID cases. What we’ve learned, and haven’t.

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