Post-COVID Perspectives: What We Know 4 Years Later

Can you believe it’s been four years since the world shut down? It was March 15, 2020 when everyone was put on lockdown and the COVID-19 pandemic began. And we are still seeing a list of effects -- both directly from having had the virus, and indirectly from side effects related to how we work and live our lives. Although the federal government canceled the public health emergency just last year, the ripple effects of COVID-19 are still being felt across the country – from an alarming rise in cancer diagnoses and other diseases to lingering brain fog and heart issues. The list goes on …

Host:David Jeannot.
Guests: Geoffrey Young, M.D., Chief of Head and Neck Surgery at Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute; Melanie Rodriguez, PA-C, Baptist Health

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