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Last month's column looked at ethical issues early in the COVID-19 crisis at Pro Team Physical Therapy, a fictitious outpatient clinic in the Midwest where a PT named Loretta has been on staff for several years. Let’s return there, as stay-at-home orders have been issued and the area is seeing increasing numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.

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