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LE PECQ, France (AP) — France is allowing health care workers who are infected with the coronavirus but have few or no symptoms to keep treating patients rather than self-isolate, an extraordinary stopgap measure aimed at easing staff shortages at hospitals and other facilities caused by an unprecedented explosion in cases.

Dr. Clarisse Kilayko recently returned to the region to join Saratoga Hospital Medical Group.


As the number of people infected with the COVID-19 omicron variant continues to spike in New York City, hospitals are now locked in a dire struggle to maintain already anemic staffing levels — levels that were much higher before the disease first hit in March 2020.

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