How COVID-19 has affected Tenet, HCA Healthcare and Surgery Partners' shares

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Share values temporarily recovered when the COVID-19 stimulus package was passed, but long-term recession fears are still driving down value in the volatile market.

Here's how Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare, Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare and Nashville-based Surgery Partners' shares have fluctuated over the last five days.

Note: Becker's is using final numbers at market close for each day unless otherwise noted.

Tenet:
March 25: $18
March 26: $18.49
March 27: $17.06
March 30: $15.94
March 31 (at 11 a.m. EDT): $15.95
Percent change: -11.39 percent

HCA Healthcare:
March 25: $92.44
March 26: $94.40
March 27: $87.44
March 30: $90.95
March 31 (at 11 a.m. EDT): $91.43
Percent change: -1.61 percent

Surgery Partners:
March 25: $7.20
March 26: $7
March 27: $6.62
March 30: $6.81
March 31 (at 11 a.m. EDT): $7.08
Percent change: -1.67 percent

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