KYW In Depth: Dr. Val Arkoosh: Why we need at least 4 more weeks of coronavirus social distancing

KYW In Depth

Dr. Val Arkoosh: Why we need at least 4 more weeks of coronavirus social distancing

March 30, 2020

Nationwide social distancing guidelines will stay in place until April 30th, and that's a good thing according to Montgomery County Commissioner Dr. Val Arkoosh. The commissioner, who's also a medical doctor, spoke with Brandon Brooks on KYW Newsradio on Monday morning, March 30th, about when coronavirus is expected to peak in southeastern Pennsylvania, if Montomery County has enough personal protective equipment to deal with the pandemic, and why four more weeks of social distancing is necessary.

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