"While blacks are less likely to be tested, less likely to be treated, they are more likely to be on the front lines as essential workers," said Dr. Kamara Jones.
The venerated medical correspondent could not contain his anger at the Georgia governor's stated ignorance about how asymptomatic people could indeed spread COVID-19.
Dr. Gupta and Anderson Cooper debate whether Kemp is lying, stupid, or both when he claims he didn't know the virus was spread asymptomatically until two days ago.
Everyone is wondering whether or not masks in public makes sense as some measure of protection in addition to social distancing. Short answer? Yes.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains why a recommendation for the public to wear masks when out in the community is a good idea, not one to be rejected out of hand.