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As COVID-19 cases in Minnesota continue to surge, some hospitals and health care providers are asking employees with "higher-risk" exposure to the disease to return to work before their quarantines end.
Bedside caregivers are far less likely to catch COVID-19 after risky exposures to patients, compared with interactions at home or in the community, new data show.
Health system would join with Intermountain, a similar hospital network.
"Mortality for heart attack patients ... should be in single digits. We're seeing mortality here that is 32%," said Dr. Santiago Garcia, of the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation.
The company now expects to return to normal revenue and profit growth by January, three months earlier than earlier projections.