As the death toll from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to rise in the U.S., we’re looking past statistics. With parts of the country reopening, confusion surrounds our ever-evolving situation. We’re here to talk about your concerns, differentiate between fact and fiction, and move from fear to hope as we navigate this “new normal” together.
On Saturday, we’ll be live streaming a Nexstar digital original, “Coronavirus House Calls” featuring Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top doctor at 2 p.m.
Some of the questions addressed this weekend include:
If sports are able to resume in the fall, what would that look like for players and fans? What’s the link between this Kawasaki-like sickness affecting children and COVID-19? Is there a plan to protect essential workers during the second surge in COVID-19 cases? Could llamas hold the key to defeating COVID-19? Can we trust the accuracy of the CDC’s COVID numbers? Does Vitamin D protect against COVID-19? What’s the difference between getting a vaccine and antibodies? Is Remdesivir considered the best COVID-19 treatment? Does restricting our access to outdoor spaces, where we safely socially distance, truly do more good than harm? What does the new saliva coronavirus test mean for our nation’s testing capacity? Are large gatherings, like music festivals, a thing of the past?