The Medical Alley Association Statement on Governor Walz’s Decision to Allow Non-Time Sensitive Surgical Procedures to Resume
On behalf of the Medical Alley Association’s more than 600 members, we appreciate Governor Walz allowing non-time sensitive surgical procedures to resume. This will provide tremendous benefits to both patients and healthcare providers without unduly straining key resources or putting personnel at risk; we are grateful to the Governor for his leadership, and look forward to continuing to work with him, his administration, and the legislature in continuing the process of safely reopening Minnesota.
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