U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Top 250,000 As New York City Schools Halt In-person Classes

November 19, 2020
In less than ten months, coronavirus has claimed the lives of over 250,000 people in the united states. Governors and Mayors nationwide are imposing new COVID-19 restrictions in response to the surge as drug makers effort their vaccines for FDA approval. Syra Madad, Infectious Disease Epidemiologist and Pathogen Specialist, discusses what the rise in cases means for patient care and how to mitigate risk going into the holiday season.
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