COVID-19: A Sanford pediatric infectious disease doctor answers your questions

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KELOLAND Living COVID-19 Questions and Answers

Experts are still learning about the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. Which is why we partnered with Sanford Health to get answers for the questions you have about the virus and the best ways to protect yourself and your family.

Dr. Santiago Lopez is a pediatric infectious disease specialist who commonly works to cure infections in children with compromised immune systems.

In this three part interview, he answers the questions we have been receiving for the days since the outbreak was first identified and as it has spread.

COVID-19: A Sanford pediatric infectious disease doctor answers your questions part 2

COVID-19: A Sanford pediatric infectious disease doctor answers your questions part 3

Unfortunately we didn’t have time to get to all of our viewer questions. Here are a two reliable sources for all of your COVID-19 questions:

Center for Disease Control Coronavirus

World Health Organization Coronavirus

If you are experiencing a fever or cough, or think you might have COVID-19, call your doctor’s clinic or sign in to Sanford My Chart to schedule an e-visit. You’ll also find advice on visitor restrictions and what you need to know about the coronavirus on Sanford My Chart or their website at sanfordhealth.org.

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