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Medical assistant collects nose swab from patient

Official guidance about necessary COVID-19 precautions, has shifted drastically since March 2024.

Ashlee Rezin

Medical assistant collects nose swab from patient

Official guidance about necessary COVID-19 precautions, has shifted drastically since March 2024.

Ashlee Rezin

Chicagoans on COVID attitudes today: ‘It feels like large-scale gaslighting’

Official guidance about necessary COVID-19 precautions, has shifted drastically since March 2024.

Ashlee Rezin

   

Earlier this month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ended its five-day quarantine recommendation for people who test positive for COVID-19, announcing that those infected can return to activities after symptoms improve for at least 24 hours.

March also marks four years since the World Health Organization first declared COVID-19 a pandemic. So Reset checked in with Chicagoans and experts to reflect on the policy changes – and what the current moment feels like for them.

GUESTS: Steven Thrasher, author of The Viral Underclass: The Human Toll When Inequality and Disease Collide

Megan E. Doherty, co-leader of Care Not COVID, an advocacy group pushing for safer healthcare settings

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