Covid-19 kept families and caregivers out of hospitals. Some doctors think that shouldn’t happen again

(By Claudia López Lloreda for STAT)

PHILADELPHIA — On an early summer morning in North Philadelphia, Marsha El sits on a bench outside Temple University Hospital, scrolling on her phone. Inside, doctors perform a heart procedure on her husband, Timothy. Barred from being by his side due to Covid-19 visitor restrictions, Marsha, a retired insurance company branch manager, anxiously waits for a phone call with any update on his condition.  Continue reading the article here…

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