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HOW THIS WILL CHANGE MEDICINE

EFORE THE CORONAVIRUS, we had good flu years and bad flu years. We had Ebola and Zika. But this is a different ballgame. Even in a bad flu season, many doctors were not in the practice of wearing masks when talking to patients.

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