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Alabama needs volunteer retired healthcare workers, medical students for COVID-19 fight

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By Jack Helean | WBMA

The office of Alabama Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health has put out a call requesting volunteer retired health care workers and medical students to help with the fight against COVID-19.

A new program, sponsored by the Governor’s Office of Volunteer Services and the Alabama Department of Public Health is looking for reserve medical staff to help to support efforts related to the coronavirus.

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They are seeking the help of qualified retired healthcare professionals, medical students and related professionals and regular people to sign up, according to a news release on Saturday, April 4th.

The program is also seeking health-care providers whose offices are closed to due COVID-19 and are able to offer assistance at this time.

After signing up, the Governor’s Office of Volunteer Services will send volunteers text messages with information about how and when they are needed.

SIGN UP HERE.

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