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Dr. Isabella Eckerle, head of the Center for Emerging Viral Diseases at the University of Geneva, and Sarah Gregory discuss what we now know about COVID-19 in children and teens.
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Dr. Gabriella Lamb, an assistant in medicine at Boston Children's Hospital, and Sarah Gregory discuss tuberculosis testing in internationally displaced children in Texas.
Alison Hinckley, an epidemiologist with CDC in Fort Collins, Colorado, and Sarah Gregory discuss the role of animals in spreading human plague.
Dr. Marcos de Almeida, a scientist at CDC, and Sarah Gregory discuss a case of leishmaniasis in a dog born in the United States.
Dr. Faruque Ahmed, an epidemiologist at CDC, and Sarah Gregory discuss the effect of paid leave and teleworking on keeping employees home during infectious respiratory illnesses.
Dr. Karima Benameur, a neurologist and associate professor in the Department of Neurology at Emory School of Medicine, and Sarah Gregory discuss neurologic complications from coronavirus disease.
Dr. Amy Pruden, a professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech, and Sarah Gregory discuss Legionella bacteria in the Flint, Michigan water supply.
Dr. Laura Matrajt, a research associate at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and Sarah Gregory discuss how and why social distancing works to help control the spread of COVID-19.
Nathan Furukawa, a CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service officer, and Sarah Gregory discuss evidence that people who have coronavirus disease without symptoms can still spread the disease.
Dr. Elana Osen, a specialty registrar at St. George's University Hospital in London, and Sarah Gregory discuss the poem she wrote expressing her feelings about COVID-19.