Dr. Alok Patel on COVID-19 surge: ‘We’re seeing an unprecedented amount of cases’

ABC News published this video item, entitled “Dr. Alok Patel on COVID-19 surge: ‘We’re seeing an unprecedented amount of cases’” – below is their description.

ABC News’ Linsey Davis and ABC News medical contributor Dr. Alok Patel talk about the FDA’s review of COVID-19 vaccines for kids 5 and under, as well as whether to be concerned about monkeypox.

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