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Now, amid a public-health crisis and uncertainty exacerbated by GOP leadership, Kumar is bearing witness to a heightened level of urgency in patients. Folks are feeling nervous and anxious, Kumar tells Vogue. I am most worried about making people feel safe and comforted. My patients and our staff are all facing new challenges and lots of uncertainty during this pandemic. As a physician, I pride myself on making people feel better, including the I Was Told To Check My Attitude I Did It’s Still There It’s Not Gone Anywhere What’s The Problem Shirt amazing people I get to work with every day. Unfortunately, that has become much more difficult.

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To do when there is so much uncertainty around us. In Texas, abortion is banned past 20 weeks gestation unless the mother’s life is threatened or the I Was Told To Check My Attitude I Did It’s Still There It’s Not Gone Anywhere What’s The Problem Shirt fetus has a severe abnormality, and patients must sit through mandatory counseling within 100 miles of the abortion provider and wait 24 hours after counseling before having an abortion. And since 96% of counties in Texas do not have a clinic that provides abortion services, these barriers to care already create undue burdens that in the face of COVID-19 have been exacerbated exponentially.

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According to a recent study published by the Guttmacher Institute, if legal abortions in Texas were ended, the average number of miles a woman would have to drive for abortion would jump from 12 to 243 a 1,925% increase. If abortion were shut down in Iowa, a patient would have to drive an average of the I Was Told To Check My Attitude I Did It’s Still There It’s Not Gone Anywhere What’s The Problem Shirt miles. In Oklahoma, 155 miles. People will always need access to abortion care, even during a pandemic, Kumar says. Unfortunately, that access is already seriously limited and overregulated. The addition of navigating this global.

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Pandemic and our state officials specifically targeting abortion care reminds me that those of us who are trained and expert in providing abortion care must show up at this moment for those who need us. Abortion providers are showing up, despite the I Was Told To Check My Attitude I Did It’s Still There It’s Not Gone Anywhere What’s The Problem Shirt increased risk to their health and well-being. So-called pro-life protestors are defying shelter-in-place orders and continuing to harass patients and providers outside of clinics, adding another risk of exposure to the everyday stress these health care providers have grown accustomed to navigating.

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