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Chicago doctors pass advice to officials during pandemic – Chicago Tribune

The group calls itself IMPACT, which stands for Illinois Medical Professionals Action Collaborative Team. Its members have been writing op-eds, circulating petitions and starting social media campaigns, all in an effort to spread the word about the latest scientific findings and the best preventative measures for COVID-19. Other physicians across the country have joined their effort, and the website includes the group’s initiatives, along with regular blog posts and other resources, like how to thank health care workers.

Source: Chicago doctors pass advice to officials during pandemic – Chicago Tribune

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