Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Professional Sports And Furloughed Workers On this broadcast of The National Conversation, a doctor answers your questions about returning to routines. We also answer your questions about professional sports and furloughed health care workers.
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Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Professional Sports And Furloughed Workers

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Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Professional Sports And Furloughed Workers

Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Professional Sports And Furloughed Workers

Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Professional Sports And Furloughed Workers

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Professional sports came to a standstill in March when an NBA player tested positive for COVID-19. Most leagues around the world have stopped games altogether. The question many of them face now isn't when games will come back but how. Apu Gomes/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Professional sports came to a standstill in March when an NBA player tested positive for COVID-19. Most leagues around the world have stopped games altogether. The question many of them face now isn't when games will come back but how.

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On this broadcast of The National Conversation, an epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist answers your questions about the available coronavirus data and when you can return to certain parts of your routines. We'll also answer your questions about professional sports and furloughed health care workers.