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Physicians facing financial difficulty, struggle to keep practices running

Globe and Mail

While they may seem like improbable economic victims of the pandemic, physicians across the country are losing most of their income because of COVID-19 as elective surgeries are cancelled and fewer patients are visiting clinics.

Most doctors are not paid for showing up to work; they are compensated after they perform a service. Some with offices are worried about keeping the lights on and say that without government relief they will be forced to lay off staff. They have started consulting with their patients online or over the phone but have still seen a dramatic drop in case volumes.

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