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Nonprofit hospitals must offer free or discounted care to eligible patients. But the Post Bulletin discovered that some patients sued by Mayo for unpaid medical bills didn't know this option existed.
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Mayo's dedicated COVID unit has been full since August, treating moving target of an illness, complex patients for months at a time.
Clinic says facilities elsewhere able to vaccinate non-COVID-caring staff while Mayo has not; state officials disagree.
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