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Kay Van Wey of Van Wey, Presby & Williams explains hospital liability for emergency services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our discussion includes the burden of proof, rationing of COVID-19 tests, and illness of personnel. 

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Published: April 27, 2020
Podcast: Legal Talk Today
Category: COVID-19 , Medical Law
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