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RENNOVA HEALTH DEFENDS GETTING COVID-19 RELIEF MONEY FOR CLOSED DOWN JAMESTOWN REGIONAL HOSPITAL

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A day after it was announced that Rennova Health received just over $120,000 in COVID-19 relief money for closed down Jamestown Regional Hospital, the group is now defending getting the money. CEO Seamus Lagan says they are working to reopen the hospital and there are paid employees on staff as part of that plan which could first open the emergency room. However, Lagan added these plans are not confirmed at this time but they endeavor to ensure the money has been used in accordance with the guidelines.


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