In regions like New York, where daily Covid-19 incidence continues to increase, frontline clinicians remain very concerned about their health. But for those in cities with slowing case growth, like Los Angeles and Seattle, concern is declining, though it remains elevated. The level of concern has dropped across most geographic regions, with 56% of April 13 survey respondents describing themselves as very concerned, down from 76% of respondents surveyed two weeks earlier.
Joshua Weisbrod, a Bain & Company partner based in New York, leads the firm’s Healthcare practice in the Americas. Michael Brookshire is a partner in Bain’s Healthcare practice and is based in Dallas. Erin Ney is a board-certified internist and an expert manager in Bain’s Healthcare practice; she is based in Boston.
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