“We know that COVID-19 can be scary, but we also know that emergencies and injuries are going to occur during this time, and we don’t want patients to be scared to come to the emergency department when they need to.”

Stephanee Evers, MD, emergency medicine physician at OMC answers frequently asked questions about going to the ER during the pandemic – like is it safe, and do you have to quarantine after going to the ER?

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