Dear Neighbors,

Last week, we featured two prominent scientists on the topic of COVID-19. Two studies were mentioned: the Duke mask study, examining the efficacy of different kinds of masks in a physics laboratory, and the recently released Danish mask study – the largest controlled study to date of mask wearing in the population.  

This week, I will be joined by a lead researcher from each study, Dr. Eric Westman of Duke University and Dr. Henning Bundgaard of the University of Copenhagen. 

In addition, psychopharmacologist Dr. Nick Cozzi of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health and rocket scientist Creon Levit of Planet Labs will be with us once again to offer their commentary. Your texts and calls are always welcome during the program:

(650) TALLY-HO 
By the end of the program I will present my recommendations, based on science, for mask wearing.

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Richard Louis Miller, M.A., Ph.D.

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