The interest in the public health branch of government has dramatically increased in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. With public health officials helping governments curb the spread of the virus, doctors, hospitals, researchers, and medical professionals have become some of the most trusted people in the U.S. But with many non-essential medical services—including fertility treatments and elective surgeries—cancelled during the early months of the pandemic, will public trust waiver as services reopen?
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