By Bob Arnot, M.D., sponsored by DeVry University
April 2, 2020
3 min read
April 2, 2020
3 min read
Dr. Arnot observes different measures taken around the world and explains what methods triumphed and what measures did not help control the spread of the virus. The doctor gave suggestions of how far apart we should be staying and different ways we can greet each other, while still being socially distant with one another. With the information we have today, Dr. Arnot provides a graph of possible outcomes to expect with the given measures our country is taking on social distancing.
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View the prior episode, Understanding COVID-19: Episode 9 – Disease Reproduction
View the next episode, Understanding COVID-19: Episode 11 – Mitigation Strategies
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