Dr. George Morris

Dr. Morris; Covid-19 Test Results Taking Longer [PODCAST]
CentraCare Spokesman Dr. George Morris joined me on WJON today. He indicated that positive Covid-19 cases at St. Cloud Hospital are similar this week as they were the week before which includes some patients in the hospital and some in the ICU/Critical Care area. Dr. Morris says because of more ca…
Slight Increase In Covid-19 Patients at SC Hospital [PODCAST]
CentraCare spokesman Dr. George Morris joined me on WJON today. He indicated that St. Cloud Hospital is seeing a slight increase in positive Covid-19 patients that need hospitalization and they now have Covid-19 patients in the ICU. Last week Dr. Morris told me that as of Wednesday last week they …
Morris; Public Should Wear Masks [PODCAST]
CentraCare Spokesman Dr. George Morris joined me on WJON today. He told me that CentraCare is testing Asymptomatic inpatients at the St. Cloud Hospital for Covid-19. Morris says they are offering testing for asymptomatic individuals who also feel they came in contact with people who have tested po…
CentraCare Seeing a Decrease in Covid-19 Patients [PODCAST]
CentraCare Spokesman Dr. George Morris joined me on WJON today. He says St. Cloud Hospital still has Covid-19 patients in their hospital and ICU but that number has decreased from the week before. He says with the numbers decreasing in the state and the tri-county area that has also shown in their …
St. Cloud Hospital Still Busy [PODCAST]
CentraCare spokesman Dr. George Morris joined me on WJON today. He says St. Cloud Hospital continues to be busy with Covid-19 patients. He says they are serving the surrounding areas and have even taken some patients from Minneapolis when needed.
CentraCare is Testing Long-Term Care Facilities [PODCAST]
CentraCare spokesperson Dr. George Morris joined me on WJON today. He says St. Cloud Hospital is just as busy this week as they were last week but not busier. He also said CentraCare has been testing CentraCare long term facilities even if the people there don't have symptoms of Covid-19.

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