Dr. Kevin Most on safe travel, mouthwash, and when to clean a house contaminated by COVID-19


Airport staff disinfect a plane after it landed at Juba International Airport in Juba, South Sudan on April 3, 2020. – An aircraft that landed in Juba was disinfected of any potential traces of the COVID-19 coronavirus after carrying passengers who had recently arrived in South Sudan from neighbouring Sudan. (Photo by Alex McBride / AFP) (Photo by ALEX MCBRIDE/AFP via Getty Images)

Dr. Kevin Most is the Chief Medical Officer at Northwestern Medicine’s Central DuPage Hospital. He joins Bob Sirott on the WGN Radio Morning Show on Monday’s following the 6:30am news. Today, Dr. Most commented the low positivity rate in Iceland, whether mouthwash can be used as a deterrent for the virus, and the parallels between the flu, COVID-19 and the increase in heart attack risks. Towards the end of the segment, Dr. Most answers some questions sent in from listeners.

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