GUEST: Dr Eric Feigel-Ding. Epidemiologist, American public health specialist, and visiting scientist at the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
The list of countries and cities affected by the spread of COVID-19 is growing by the hour. And with it, restrictions on international travel, public transportation, and public events are also expanding.
But what about getting to work and schooling for our children? And as the U.S. Presidential Primaries head into the general election – how will this affect political campaigns and voters willingness to show up at the ballot box?
To help navigate questions about traveling and large crowds during the COVID-19 epidemic, is Dr Eric Feigel-Ding. He’s an epidemiologist, American public health specialist, and a visiting scientist at the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
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