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SAQ: How will the local COVID-19 projections change with new data?

Dr. Ruth Berggren, with the Long School of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio, answers viewer questions

SAN ANTONIOEDITOR’S NOTE: What all the other SAQ episodes by clicking here.

Until the crisis is over, KSAT News is stepping in to try and separate the facts from the fiction surrounding the new coronavirus.

Every weekday night during the 6 p.m. broadcast news and during the streaming KSAT News at Nine, we will have experts on to answer your questions and give the latest information about COVID-19.

At around 6:30 every weeknight, our anchors will question experts live, and then, on the KSAT News at Nine, they’ll answer viewer questions submitted through the KSAT.com SAQ article. (You can also ask your question in the prompt below.)

Tonight, Dr. Ruth Berggren, with the Long School of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio, answers some of your questions about the local COVID-19 models and curve projections.

You can watch the latest segment in the video player above.

Facts can fight fear, and in times like this KSAT wants to do more, because you should expect it.

You can watch the 6 p.m. segment in the video player below:


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