COVID-19: Former NASA astronaut gives tips on coping with isolation

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"The most important thing is to have your own private personal space"- Col. Terry Virts

In this image made from video provided by NASA, astronaut Terry Virts points to his helmet as he sits inside the International Space Station on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015 during an inspection for water in his suit. Virts reported the water while he waited in the air lock for Wednesday’s spacewalk to formally conclude. (AP Photo/NASA)

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Colonel Terry Virts, former International Space Station Commander joins The Roe Conn Show to talk about how to deal with isolation during the COVID-19 outbreak. Colonel Virts spent 213 days stranded in space.

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