Colorado hospitals say they need to prevent being overrun with patients but also that, unless someone with COVID-19 is in serious distress, medical options for helping them are limited. The majority of those infected will recover on their own.
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Lisa Merck, a nurse practitioner, was sick for weeks before she was finally tested for COVID-19. “It didn’t even cross my mind,” she told The Colorado Sun of having the life-threatening disease.