Rhode Island Hospital plans to open coronavirus screening tent at ER entrance

RHODE ISLAND HOSPITAL plans to put a third tent up on its campus to screen emergency department arrivals for respiratory symptoms. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HOSPITAL
RHODE ISLAND HOSPITAL plans to put a third tent up on its campus to screen emergency department arrivals for respiratory symptoms. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HOSPITAL
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Hospital plans to open a tent outside its emergency room entrance to screen patients for respiratory symptoms, Lifespan Corp., the hospital’s parent company, announced on Thursday. The tent is in place, but it’s not yet clear when it will officially open. Several Lifespan doctors and administrators plan to give updates on…

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