If COVID-19 Infections Are Undercounted Is the Death Rate Lower?

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Dr. Travis Stork follows up with infectious disease specialist and chief medical officer at USC Medical Center Dr. Brad Spellberg to talk about coronavirus and where we are today as quarantines are starting to end. Dr. Spellberg shares that we’re not as close to being done with this as we would have hoped. He does admit that the data that is now emerging from antibody testing does suggest that we are grossly undercounting the number of actual infections, but there is still so much we don’t understand about the virus and currently no treatments available.