Women would be at risk not just from what they reveal about their reproductive status on social media, but also by data from their health applications, which could incriminate them if it were subpoenaed.
It appears that cases may be stabilizing after an uptick in mid-April. Our hospitalizations also appear to be trending downward again, which is a good sign. Even still, Skagit County has moved to a “High” disease transmission level, up from “Substantial” last week.
In Texas, where anyone can face a hefty fine of at least $10,000 if they abet an abortion, medical professionals on the front lines face tough quandaries when treating patients who have a miscarriage, a scenario that could soon play out around the country if abortion restrictions tighten.