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Prescription deliveries: Health care providers urge patients to be proactive as COVID pandemic, USPS troubles cause delays

USATODAY.com Thursday, 3 September 2020
As a surge in deliveries strain the postal system and the White House opposes additional funding, patients report delays in getting medications.
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