Dr. Neeraj Sood

USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics

Professor of public policy at USC Price School for Public Policy; senior fellow at USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics.

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A new    USC study    says hundreds of thousands of Angelenos could have been infected with coronavirus. That’s far higher than the number of cases the county has reported so far.

USC study says many more Angelenos have gotten COVID-19 than we think

A new USC study says hundreds of thousands of Angelenos could have been infected with coronavirus. That’s far higher than the number of cases the county has reported so far.

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