Summer is here and unfortunately so is a rise of COVID cases and community transmission throughout Michigan, the U.S. and the world. What does this mean for your summer plans and how do we continue to move forward in the safest way possible? Drs. Gilpin and Skrzynski break it all down in our latest COVID-19 Update.
We may be done with COVID, but COVID is not done with us. As the virus continues to adapt, we also need to adapt. This means keeping an eye on what's going on in our community and paying attention to our individual risk factors. Masks, vaccines, and all the things we've discussed remain the best way to keep yourself and your family safe from COVID.
– Dr. Nick Gilpin
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Dr. Gilpin is a board-certified infectious disease and internal medicine physician. He's been practicing infectious diseases for 10 years and has appeared in many publications and lectures on a variety of topics within the specialty.
Dr. Skrzynski is a board-certified internal medicine physician at Beaumont, Royal Oak. This is his second guest appearance on the podcast, where he shares his experiences on COVID from within the hospital.
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