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Colorado startup helping families stay up-to-date with loved ones in hospitals across the state

Video Credit: 7News - The Denver Channel - Duration: 02:46s - Published
Colorado startup helping families stay up-to-date with loved ones in hospitals across the state

Colorado startup helping families stay up-to-date with loved ones in hospitals across the state

Hospitals across the state have implemented public health security measures which prohibit most visitors from visiting loved ones at hospitals, but one startup in Colorado has created a way for families to keep in touch as COVID-19 spreads in Colorado.

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