President Donald Trump’s new travel ban could mean a loss of healthcare providers in some the country’s poorest areas.

There are 7,000 doctors from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen — the six countries targeted in Trump’s new executive order — who work in the United States. Collectively, they keep more than 14 million doctor appointments annually, 2 million of which are kept in areas facing doctor shortages, according to a report by the Boston-based Immigrant Doctors Project.

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