Dr. Kimberly Shriner

Director of Infectious Disease and Prevention, Huntington Hospital, Pasadena

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Director of Infectious Disease and Prevention at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena

Dr. Kimberly Shriner on KCRW

As COVID rises, a restaurant server in Burbank says customers are pressuring her to remove her mask, but she doesn’t qualify for health insurance due to work limited hours.

No health insurance, pressured to unmask: LA service worker

As COVID rises, a restaurant server in Burbank says customers are pressuring her to remove her mask, but she doesn’t qualify for health insurance due to work limited hours.

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