Sharon Balter, MD

Director of the Acute Communicable Disease Control Program for the LA County Department of Public Health

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Sharon Balter of the LA County Department of Public Health says lots of people are being monitored here; and you should get tested if you've  traveled to places where there are many…

How LA County officials are preparing for coronavirus, and what you should do

Sharon Balter of the LA County Department of Public Health says lots of people are being monitored here; and you should get tested if you've traveled to places where there are many…

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