Samuel Fink

board-certified doctor of internal medicine

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Board-certified doctor of internal medicine, practicing in Tarzana.

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“If you’re going to decide to go to a restaurant, make sure they are adhering to social distancing, I would say at least 10 feet, and make sure that it isn’t very crowded.

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“If you’re going to decide to go to a restaurant, make sure they are adhering to social distancing, I would say at least 10 feet, and make sure that it isn’t very crowded.

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Samuel Fink, an internal medicine doctor in Tarzana, says he’s worried about coronavirus because he’s seeing young healthy people being hospitalized.

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Samuel Fink, an internal medicine doctor in Tarzana, says he’s worried about coronavirus because he’s seeing young healthy people being hospitalized.

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