BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A major milestone reached in getting Veterans in Maryland the healthcare they need.
The Maryland VA says it’s held more than 12,000 video visits in 2020.READ MORE: Flash Floods In Maryland Close Some Schools, Roads; Several Rescued In High Water, MSP Responds To More Than 500 Calls
It’s helping those without COVID-19 have Telehealth appointments.READ MORE: CDC Advisory Panel Backs FDA Decision For COVID-19 Booster Shots, Baltimoreans React
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For those with the virus, they can talk with their medical staff more frequently without them having to suit up in full PPE.
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