At these check-ins, we’re talking with guests who speak on a wide variety of topics related to the coronavirus-crisis. We’ve had MDs, business experts public officials and many of you - talking with us talking about the impact of the crisis.
In this episode, we talk about what we know about the disease itself — and there’s much that is not known about this novel strain of coronavirus that’s affecting our lives so profoundly, whatever our circumstances right now.
We explore how this virus is transmitted, what’s changed since we first learned about COVID-19 at the end of 2019, and how each of us can do our part to flatten the curve.
Out guest is Dr. Chrsitelle Ilboudo, an MU infectious disease specialist. Dr. Ilboudo is an assistant professor of Clinical Child Health, the director of MU Health Care’s Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Medical Director of Infection Control and Prevention for MU Health Care.
To hear the live show, tune in weekdays at noon. Also, leave us a voicemail at 877-532-0971 about how you are handling the isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.