City Club: Missoula hospital executive predicts slow return to normalcy
The leader of a Missoula hospital thinks it’s going to take until at least the end of 2021 before life starts returning to normal.
Joyce Dombrouski, the chief executive of the Providence Montana Service Area that includes St. Patrick Hospital, made the comments Monday at the City Club Missoula forum entitled “COVID-19: One Year Later.”
“I really think it’s going to take us until the end of the year before we’re comfortable,” Dombrouski said. “I’m not the county health officer and I don’t have a crystal ball, so it’s just my personal opinion.”
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