(Alice Li, Whitney Leaming/The Washington Post)
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These doctors can't visit patients with coronavirus. But that doesn't mean they can't help.
Doctors at Heal, a start-up health-care service, are used to making house calls. But the coronavirus outbreak means they have to rely more on telemedicine.
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