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COVID-19’s Shock to Health Care Services

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The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching effects on the use of health care services. Dr Nora Becker of the University of Michigan talks about her research on reductions in the use of women’s preventive health services, and JAMA Health Forum Editors Dr John Ayanian and Dr Melinda Buntin discuss other JAMA Health Forum pieces on the effects of state “reopenings” on COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths, the effects of day care closures on women’s participation in the labor force, and news about nursing home outbreaks of COVID-19.

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