Dr. Kevin Most with the precautions to take on voting day and more


An Indian doctor locks the door of a special ward set aside for possible COVID-19 patients at a government run hospital in Jammu, India, Friday, March 6, 2020. For weeks India watched as COVID-19 spread in neighboring China and other countries as its own caseload remained static. But with the virus now spreading communally in the country of 1.4 billion and 31 confirmed cases, authorities are scrambling to ready a beleaguered and vastly unequal medical system for a potential surge of patients. (AP Photo/Channi Anand)

Doctor Kevin Most, Chief Medical Officer at Northwestern Medical Central DuPage Hospital, talks with Dean Richards about the latest on the coronavirus. Dr. Most discusses topics such as how readily available testing kits are in the country, whether or not you should still go to the doctor, and what precautions you should be taking when you go to vote on Tuesday.

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