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Reviewed by Ken Lyn-Kew, MD
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) When to Call the Doctor
Know what feels normal to you and reporting changes such as fatigue and shortness of breath to your doctor is the best way to stay ahead of coronavirus. Ken Lyn-Kew, MD, is a National Jewish Health pulmonologist and critical care physician who is on the front lines in intensive care units in Denver. He shares insights from the COVID-19 patients he has seen in the hospital.
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