Greetings from sunny Highlands Ranch, Colorado. The skies are really blue, the snow crested mountains are great, and all is well with the younger generation.
I keep getting questions about the Coronavirus. While there's no US epidemic at this time, precautions are in order. There's no need to repeat here what has been recommended by the CDC on their website.
However, at the office we may need to go beyond the usual recommendations, but certainly not to panic.
If you feel that there is a chance, even a very small one - or you're not sure - that you may have been at risk for exposure to the Coronavirus, then:
Above all, don't panic; call or email if you have any questions, we're back in the office on Wednesday (but feel free to call us sooner).
- Make sure you follow the CDC guidelines.
- Call about 30 minutes before arriving at the office (even from the parking lot), so we can take appropriate measures and give you additional instructions.
Igal Staw, Ph.D., M.D.
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Wednesday, March 4, 2020
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