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Pennsylvania reports 12 new COVID-19 deaths in the Philadelphia, Montgomery and Delaware counties

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2 months ago
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Pennsylvania's reinforcing its healthcare system by increasing the number of workers and supplies in an effort to combat the corona virus pandemic the announcement comes as health officials confirmed more than five hundred new cases and twelve new deaths related to the virus including one each in Philadelphia Montgomery and Delaware counties he he would would have have used used us us because because that's that's as as the the updates updates to to help help ease ease the the burden burden on on the the healthcare healthcare system system Pennsylvania Pennsylvania governor governor Tom Tom Wolfe Wolfe says says the the state state will will be be temporarily temporarily lifting lifting certain certain regulations regulations for for example example we're we're now now allowing allowing any licensed health care professional to provide services over telemedicine he's also putting out a call to retired health care professionals we have many highly experienced medical professionals who have retired and allow their licenses to lapse if these professionals are in good standing we're going to be letting them reactivate their licenses without fees and without needing to take continuing education credits and governor will fans retirees don't necessarily need to help cope with nineteen patients to be a huge help he says by serving patients with everyday concerns they be freeing up others in the health care system to focus on the