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What’s more important?

Should the health care workers of the Spokane hospitals all resign? The insistence of going back to being un-isolated again puts their lives at risk. Why should they care about the lives of Spokanites who are so cavalier about the lives of nurses, physicians, respiratory technicians and other ER and ICU staff?

This virus is increasing and the non-physician Spokane Health District Board has the audacity to fire the very person who is capable of dealing in any way with this pandemic. Think again! Support Dr. Lutz who has nothing to gain other than to see to our health. Are our lives more important than our finances?

Eugenia Z. McGarry, M.D.



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