COVID-19: Northwestern University researchers may have found a unique strain that might not spread as easily

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FILE – In this Wednesday, March 11, 2020 file photo, a technician prepares COVID-19 coronavirus patient samples for testing at a laboratory in New York’s Long Island. Wide scale testing is a critical part of tracking and containing infectious diseases. But the U.S. effort has been plagued by a series of missteps, including accuracy problems with the test kits the CDC sent to other labs and bureaucratic hurdles that slowed the entrance of large, private sector labs. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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Dr. Ramon Lorenzo Redondo, Infectious Diseases Researcher at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine joins The Roe Conn Show to explain why there seems to be a unique strain of COVID-19 in Chicago.

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