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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic

WOOD RIVER – With the number of possible Coronavirus cases increasing daily, State Senator Rachelle Crowe (D-Glen Carbon) is urging doctors, nurses and other professionals in Missouri to apply for Illinois’ new Out of State Temporary Practice Permits.

The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation has issued a proclamation to allow out-of-state physicians, nurses, physician assistants, and respiratory care therapists to provide care to Illinois residents affected by COVID-19.

“Representing a district on Illinois’ border, it is a priority of mine to get all available health care professionals to cross state lines in order to help our residents suffering from COVID-19,” Crowe said. “There have been an impressive amount applying for temporary licenses already, but my hope is to encourage more to do so.”

Applications for Out of State Temporary Practice Permits are available online at IDFPR’s website here

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