Coronavirus: ‘We’re just going to keep recycling COVID’ without proper measures, says physician

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Dr. Stella Safo, an NYC-based HIV primary care physician, joins Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous to discuss the new mask mandate for New York state, vaccinations, and the new Moderna flu vaccine.

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