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You might expect them to be pandemic-proof: They’re the companies offering glimpses of the future in which you don’t have to go to the doctor’s office, ones that would seem to be insulated from a crisis in which people aren’t leaving their homes.

Yet there’s a stark divide emerging among the companies providing high-demand virtual health care, triage, and testing services. While some are hiring up and seeing their stock prices soar, others are furloughing and laying off their workers.

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