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ER physician Dr. Travis Stork says everyone has been asking him what they should do from here on out. Dr. Travis and Dr. Spellberg share that everyone should keep doing what you’re doing by washing your hands more, and not touching your face. We need to be remain mindful moving forward about not touching door handles and touching our faces. Dr. Spellberg shares that the virus primarily spreads on surfaces. Dr. Spellberg also makes the point that people have lost their jobs and with it their health insurance. He calls the health care system broken and hopes the virus illuminates how broken it actually is. Plus, check out his new book “Broken, Bankrupt & Dying.”