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There has been a lot of hearsay and rumors surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. With new information churning out so quickly, it is hard – even for credible news sources – to decipher between what is scientifically proven and what is false. With this in mind, we have asked to chat with Dr. Julia Getzelman of Getzwell Pediatrics to address some of the top myths surrounding the novel coronavirus that have been floating around. Check out what she had to say in the video below (skip to 3:05 for the first myth):
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