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When we’re overwhelmed with information and uncertainty, sometimes it helps to take a moment to focus and simplify. There’s no shortage of headlines and debate about COVID-19, but the fact is, we’ve learned a lot about this illness and what it takes to contain it. Each of us has the power to slow the spread of COVID-19 if we take commonsense, preventative measures – masking, handwashing and distancing – as we go about our daily lives. Let’s work together to spread facts, not COVID-19.

John R. Brumsted, MD
President and CEO, The UVM Health Network

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