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  • COVID-19 safety worries have people skipping healthcare
  • COVID-19 safety worries have people skipping healthcare
    Bofu Shaw (2019) ©
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COVID-19 safety worries have people skipping healthcare

An apple a day keeps the doctor away – or one can just choose to avoid doctors altogether. Over a third of US adults say they’ve delayed or skipped out on medical care during the pandemic due to worry and inaccessibility, suggesting a need for new healthcare options to allay these concerns.

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