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The rate of COVID-19 cases across Michigan has been trending upward recently, and while many people are getting the vaccine, not everyone is on board with the idea.

Lisa Barry talks with Michigan Medicine infectious disease specialist Dr. Sandro Cinti for an update on where we are in the pandemic process and what medical professionals have learned in the past year of this global health crisis.


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Calling it “the beginning of the end” of the 2020 pandemic, a University of Michigan hospital infectious disease specialist, who co-chaired the hospital’s vaccine task force, says it will take over six months to complete widespread vaccinations against the virus.  Lisa Barry talks with Dr. Sandro Cinti about the vaccine's arrival at Michigan Medicine and how it will be distributed.


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As the number of cases of COVID-19 in Washtenaw County continue to decline, and testing opportunities increase, Michigan Medicine infectious disease specialist Dr. Sandro Cinti says it is still important that extra precautions continue to be taken to avoid getting the virus, especially for high-risk people.  He shares an update on the pandemic with WEMU's Lisa Barry.


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Michigan Medicine infectious disease specialist Dr. Sandro Cinti says we have "undoubtedly flattened" the coronavirus curve, as they see more patients being discharged than admitted for the disease.  He spoke to WEMU's Lisa Barry about his concerns though that reopening the economy too soon might cause another increase in the number of cases.


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Michigan Medicine infectious disease specialist Dr. Sandro Cinti says the spread of COVID-19 is progressing as expected and expects continued movement with a continued increase in cases in the next week to week-and-a-half.

 

WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with Dr. Cinti, who shares the latest information about the virus and its spread and impact on our community and lives.

 

 


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There are still a lot of questions about what's currently happening in our community with the coronavirus or COVID-19, so WEMU's Lisa Barry checks in with Michigan Medicine Infectious Disease specialist Dr. Sandro Cinti, who explains the latest information about the virus and offers reminders and practical advice on what we should be doing at this point.