By Bobby Bordelon
Greenbrier Physicians reached out to the Greenbrier Valley to announce they would remain open as preparations for COVID-19 are taken in the county.
"During the outbreak Greenbrier Physicians is still open to provide care and still meet your medical needs," said Rob Repass. "We're making changes and so forth to reduce hours just to make sure we're still here, but [we'll still be open] 8 [a.m.] to 4 [p.m.], Monday through Friday. ... People still need to get medications refilled, break their leg, sprain their ankle or whatever, we're still here for them."
Read more in the Friday, March 20, 2020, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.