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Telehealth services face influx of patients and huge backlogs during the coronavirus outbreak

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Telemedicine companies say they're seeing a huge increase in the number of patients but they're not sure if they're systems can handle the surge or if they have enough doctor to provide virtual care.
A 100-page document, issued Friday as Donald Trump announced a state of emergency, says Washington should close schools and cancel public events to curb the spread of the virus.
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