Infectious Disease Specialist Answers Your COVID-19 Questions: Sept.11, 2020

Vote By Mail Illinois
FILE - In this March 17, 2020 file photo, John Davis, a polling judge volunteer, sanitizes an electronic voting machine screen amid concerns about the COVID-19 coronavirus at a polling place in Chicago. More than 1 million Illinoisans have applied to vote by mail for the November election, nearly triple the amount of the last presidential contest. The surge comes after an expansion of mail voting designed to limit Election Day crowds during the pandemic. Charles Rex Arbogast, File / AP Photo
Vote By Mail Illinois
FILE - In this March 17, 2020 file photo, John Davis, a polling judge volunteer, sanitizes an electronic voting machine screen amid concerns about the COVID-19 coronavirus at a polling place in Chicago. More than 1 million Illinoisans have applied to vote by mail for the November election, nearly triple the amount of the last presidential contest. The surge comes after an expansion of mail voting designed to limit Election Day crowds during the pandemic. Charles Rex Arbogast, File / AP Photo

Infectious Disease Specialist Answers Your COVID-19 Questions: Sept.11, 2020

Reset checks in with an infectious disease specialist to find out the latest on how to protect ourselves and others during the coronavirus pandemic.

GUEST: Dr. Mia Taormina, infectious disease specialist at DuPage Medical Group