Monday, August 3
A pair of new studies show kids may be more efficient at spreading COVID-19 than adults, meaning they might not get sick, but they're pretty good at passing the virus on to older people in their orbit. We spoke with the medical director for St. Luke's Children's about the new reports and what it could mean, especially with schools about to start back up. Also, an Idaho doctor is on a mission to get OSHA to enforce their own safety standards, especially when it comes to personal protective equipment in medical facilities. Plus, we answer a viewer's question about why the state of Idaho counts "probable" coronavirus cases in addition to "confirmed" cases.
It is Free