Rural America Faces Unique Challenges during the COVID Pandemic

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Around 60 million people live in rural communities across the country who face unique medical challenges. There is a shrinking medical workforce in rural America, and people often live far away from hospitals. Dr. Jennifer McKenney is a doctor in the small town of Fredonia, Kansas and describes the challenges that affect her and her medical staff of only 5 doctors, especially during this pandemic.

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