Coronavirus Deaths Rise, As Federal Officials Say Risk to Public is Low

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Concern In Vietnam As The Wuhan Covid-19 Spreads (Linh Pham/ Getty Images)

On Monday, the U.S. death toll from COVID-19 reached six, as global deaths surpassed 3000. Meanwhile, in a White House briefing Monday, Vice President Pence said that the risk to Americans remains low and that a vaccine could be going to clinical trials within six weeks. We'll talk about the latest coronavirus developments and what lessons we can learn from previous epidemics.


Edith Bracho-Sanchez, director of pediatric telemedicine, Columbia University

Peter Arcuni, reporter, KQED News