COVID-19 One Year In with Dr. Rachel Rubin and Dr. Ellen Mason

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  • Reflecting on all that has been lost over the past year, perhaps it’s the casual encounters with not-so-close acquaintances that will do us the most good. The article referred to is here:
  • After a year of pandemic living, things seem to be looking up. This week’s guests reflect on the year of living cautiously, with a look ahead to what we generally agree is a light at the end of the tunnel and not another oncoming train. Dr. Rachel Rubin is Senior Medical Officer and co-lead of Cook County Department of Health, and Dr. Ellen Mason is an attending physician at Cook County Hospital and adjunct faculty at the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health.

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