Microbiologist Dr. Karla Satchell: “The machine doesn’t work, the virus doesn’t get built”

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A man and child wearing protective masks pass an encouraging message ‘Chicago Stay Strong,’ chalked outside on a Roscoe Village neighborhood pub by artist Heather Gentile Collins, while people continue to contract COVID-19 in Chicago, Saturday, April 11, 2020. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

Microbiologist Dr. Karla Satchell joins John Williams to explain how she is deconstructing the Coronavirus to figure out how to defeat it. And Dr. Satchell explains why Hydroxychloroquine does not work on some people with COVID-19.

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