Coronavirus and the New Normal

Sun, 14 Jun 2020

Businesses and social activities across the country are slowly reopening to a world profoundly changed by the coronavirus pandemic, which remains a very real and potentially dangerous public health risk. So, as we resume our lives in the “new normal”—and until an effective vaccine becomes widely available—it is more important than ever to do everything we can to minimize the risk of getting and spreading the COVID-19 infection.

Johns Hopkins’ director of infection prevention, Lisa Maragakis, M.D., M.P.H., talks about the many things we all can do to continue to keep ourselves, and our communities, safe and healthy.

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