What We Know About COVID-19 And How To Care For Someone With the Virus
Maine Calling returns to its one-hour format, airing from 1-2 pm and rebroadcast at 7 pm.
Along with the barrage of information that we get daily about the coronavirus pandemic, there is also a flood of misinformation. We speak with an infectious disease specialist about what's known and unknown about COVID-19--as well as the downright falsehoods that are circulating. We'll also learn about caring for someone with the disease.
Dr. Herb Cushing, chief medical officer, Spectrum Healthcare Partners; board-certified in internal medicine and infectious disease
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