MIDDLETOWN—State Representative Candice Keller (R-Middletown) urged Governor Mike DeWine to allow medical practices across the state to reopen immediately.


“The bans on non-essential medical care may have been prudent at the time, however, there are patients facing health risks due to this delay,” said Keller. “With this government imposed delay on their services, patients are finding themselves with bigger and more complex medical issues than if they had received proper care at the time.”


In a letter to Governor DeWine, Keller thanked him for his efforts to begin reopening businesses on May 1st.  She also noted that medical offices are well-prepared to face the challenges and risks from COVID-19 when opening back up.


“On another level, many of these offices are small businesses,” added Keller. “Now is the time to stop the delay of needed patient care and remove the roadblocks for these businesses.”

 
 
 
  
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