Will the middle of the u.s. get fewer covid-19 cases than the coasts given less international travel?
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Psychiatry 25 years experience
Maybe - BUT: Although crowded cities with airports filled with international travelers may have been how a number of cases of COVID 19 first got to the US - it is now spreading throughout the US without help from international travelers. Meat/ poultry packing companies and areas with congregate living have been especially hard hit (including those from the middle of the country).
79 viewsAnswered May 05, 2020
Last updated May 5, 2020
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