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VA primary care locations across Northeast Ohio opening Monday

The facilities will only be open for urgent cases, and everyone will be required to wear a mask.

CLEVELAND — The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs announced plans to reopen their primary care locations in Northeast Ohio starting next week.

Many of the facilities that made the switch to telehealth in March will now reopen for urgent care on Monday, May 4. McCafferty VA Outpatient Clinic in Cleveland will remain closed, VA announced this past Monday.

In accordance with recommendations from Governor Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health, anyone entering the buildings will be required to wear a mask, visitors will be restricted and anyone exhibiting coronavirus symptoms will not be allowed in the building. 

VA is recommending anyone showing coronavirus symptoms contact their primary care doctor.

For all non-urgent needs, VA says their telehealth options are still available.


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