A doctor in Fort Worth has seen first hand what it feels like being in the middle of a global pandemic. In Fort Worth, one doctor travels to rural Colorado and sees with his own eyes the toll coronavirus is taking on rural America.
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COVID-19 continues to push rural healthcare systems in Texas, and across the country to the limit. So much so, that doctors from bigger cities are being asked to make the trip to help.
One Fort Worth doctor has seen firsthand the toll this virus is taking on rural America.
Dr. Christine Connolly says at the beginning of the pandemic, people thought rural communities wouldn’t be affected as much, and their distance would help protect them.
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“Initially COVID wasn’t a major issue there, right? It was sticking to the cities, it was sticking to the larger areas, but it has moved out that way now,” said Connolly.
Connolly has been making the 10-hour drive to Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, from her home in Fort Worth since February to help staff the town’s medical facility. She says in the last couple of months, COVID-19 cases in the rural community have nearly doubled.
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