Even before the coronavirus pandemic, nearly half of all rural hospitals in the United States were operating at a loss. Now, more than 450 could be forced to close their doors. That’s due in part to current restrictions on elective surgeries and outpatient procedures, drying up hospital revenue. Texas has seen more rural medical providers shut their doors in recent years than any other state. Correspondent Jessica Gomez reports from Titus County as their regional medical center is being pushed to its limits.



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