• no thanks
  • It's no less effective than in-person - there is a myriad of ways to do nothing.
  • No, I've only had meetings with council workers over zoom, can't see them in person yet either, or get hold of them on the phone. They are doing that here in the UK though, have done since the Covid started, but mainly just phone calls. I asked a politician why the doctors are still not seeing patients, he said they can get through more patients over the phone, and so are paid more. He still couldn't give an explanation as to why the council workers are not in the offices though! Everyone else has gone back to work here in the UK, but those in local government, and doctors. Can anyone name anyone else?
  • I have to see my doc in-person to take a test. I prefer in person visits to my doc.
  • Video visits are convenient, though I've only had in-office visits with my doctors
  • Waste of time I haven't seen a doctor in years. They are all jippos from some shit country here. Waste of time they are no help example they told my father to fuckoff the day before he died. He died walking out of the hospital. The medical profession don't include my family.
    • Linda Joy
      I'm sorry for your loss.
  • They cannot check you heart or listen to your lungs, etc.
  • I don't like them. They can't listen to my heart, check my blood pressure or touch me where it hurts. How can they possibly make a diagnosis?
  • IDK how a doctor can listen to your heart or lungs or feel your stomach, etc.

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