Pedro Toledo guided his 82-year-old mother by the hand to the intake window of a health clinic in Petaluma and found himself in an unfamiliar position – asking where to go for an appointment.
Most of the time, Toledo is in charge: He’s the administrative director of the Petaluma Health Center clinic network that serves about 40,000 patients in Sonoma and Marin counties. But on Monday morning, he was a worried son escorting a mother who was among the last in Sonoma County to be infected with the coronavirus.
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