What Do We Now Know About COVID-19? | KALW

What Do We Now Know About COVID-19?

Aug 19, 2020

On this edition of Your Call, we’re getting an update on COVID-19 as the US death toll passed 170,000 this week. Six months in and we still don’t have a national plan.

Experts say there is no end in sight. Where does that leave us? We’ll get the latest on the death toll, what we now know about the struggle to recover, positive cases among young people, and more. What questions do you have about the COVID crisis? 

Guest: 

Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding, epidemiologist, health economist, and senior fellow at the Federation of Scientists 

Web Resources:

KCBS: Expert: 250,000 Americans Could Die Of COVID-19 By Election Day

The Washington Post: Don’t just look at covid-19 fatality rates. Look at people who survive — but don’t entirely recover.

The New York Times: A Warning for the United States From the Author of ‘The Great Influenza’

The New York Times: The Mask Slackers of 1918