Erin Bromage

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Immunologist and professor of biology, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.

Erin Bromage on KCRW

The rules for COVID-19 prevention have been well established: Stay at home as much as possible; wear a mask when you’re out in public; and stay six feet away from others.

Erin Bromage: How to know and avoid the risks of COVID-19

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