As area residents begin to return to their healthcare providers for examines and surgeries that may have been put off due to the shelter from home order, Clinton's Warner Hospital reports they are back to 90-percent operating capacity.
On the WHOW Morning Show Thursday, CEO Paul Skowron told Regional Radio News they continue to promote the safe environment they have created and are not letting their guard down despite easing restrictions in other sectors.
Testing for the coronavirus is being done at Warner Hospital however, Skowron indicates they are not a public testing site. They are doing tests at the recommendations of doctors or for those that will have elective surgery done.
Temperatures continue to be taken when patients enter the facility. Emergency room chairs are spaced six feet apart. Skowron indicates the size of their waiting area is challenging but they are making it work.