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If you're going to get COVID, make it count. Women wearing face masks wait for the groom and bride during a wedding ceremony outside Manila's Cathedral, Philippines.

Women wearing face masks wait for the groom and bride during a wedding ceremony outside Manila’s Cathedral, Philippines on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. Religious activities, including weddings, have resumed with greater capacity as the government continues to ease health restrictions due to the decline of COVID-19 cases in the country while closely monitoring the new omicron virus variant. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

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If you’re going to get COVID, make it count

Nerdette’s “resident epidemiologist” returns to equip us with all of the tools we need to deal with COVID-19 and monkeypox right now. Dr. Emily Landon is an infectious disease specialist at the University of Chicago. She answers listener questions about the latest CDC guidelines, the risk of contracting monkeypox at a nightclub, whether COVID is now considered endemic, and more.

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