Did You Wash Your Hands? The coronavirus pandemic has us all asking a lot of questions: How long will I have to practice "social distancing"? Will there be a cure for COVID-19? Can I ever touch my face again?WABE health reporter Sam Whitehead and guests will try to answer those questions. He'll talk with experts, public officials, journalists, and everyday people about how the coronavirus is affecting their lives.
Did You Wash Your Hands?

Did You Wash Your Hands?

From WABE 90.1

The coronavirus pandemic has us all asking a lot of questions: How long will I have to practice "social distancing"? Will there be a cure for COVID-19? Can I ever touch my face again?WABE health reporter Sam Whitehead and guests will try to answer those questions. He'll talk with experts, public officials, journalists, and everyday people about how the coronavirus is affecting their lives.

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