Managing People with Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease during COVID-19: Considerations for Health Providers, 3 June 2020
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Primary care health centers and providers who care for individuals with hypertension and cardiovascular disease have an important role to play in ensuring continued access to care, reducing the risk of coronavirus infection, and appropriately managing people with these co-morbidities who acquire COVID-19. This guidance includes these considerations.
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