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UT Article Explores How COVID-19 Has Affected Hospital Chaplains

Scripps Chula Vista chaplain Rev. Mark Weber featured in article

A woman reads a bible and holds a cell phone, representing how hospital chaplains are supporting patients during COVID-19.

Scripps Chula Vista chaplain Rev. Mark Weber featured in article

A recent San Diego Union-Tribune article looked at the ways the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way hospital chaplains work with patients, family members and staff.


Scripps Mercy Hospital Chula Vista chaplain Rev. Mark Weber told the newspaper that he and his colleagues have turned to technology to overcome the restrictions that make in-person contact with COVID-19 patients impossible in most cases.


Read the Union-Tribune article: Hospital Chaplains Adapt to Coronavirus Challenges

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