A consistent anxiety surrounding the coronavirus pandemic is what to do if you think you’re asymptomatic. Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, vice dean at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and former FDA deputy commissioner, discusses the steps to take in this period of uncertainty. He notes that it is important to self-quarantine for the necessary 2 week period, even if you don’t know whether you have it for sure, if you have reason to believe that you’ve been exposed. Sharfstein spoke with PBS NewsHour’s William Brangham on May 13 about testing for coronavirus in the United States.
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