The care kept vulnerable populations away from ERs dealing with coronavirus cases.
The benefits of masks ‘should no longer be up for debate,’ says the group’s president.
The decision relates to 'current trends of the coronavirus infection.'
Who is offering it, what they are offering, and where you can get it … all in one place.
It is making available a COVID-19 Relief Fund for fellow eye care nonprofits/charities that provide services within the United States and Canada.
Equipment such as such as goggles and face shields was linked to less infection.
'Previous downturns offer little guidance on what is likely to unfold over the next six to 12 months,' he says.
They're wary but see signs of hope.
But profitable scheduling while maintaining sanitation and social distancing has become the biggest challenge facing most businesses.
And many are surprised at how fast business is picking up…
As well as the ways they’ve opted to clean their frames.
Almost 85% are asking patients to as well — and 65% are turning away walk-ins.
And 74% are fully or nearly fully staffed.
The original date was Oct. 17, 2020.
It is intended to serve as a comprehensive resource to help eyecare providers navigate the complex journey from shutdown back to ‘new normal’ business conditions.
The company closed its centers beginning in March.
Like two new website resources for you and your most at need patients.
The company is working with the mayor of Livermore to provide 10,000 KN95 masks for local distribution.
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