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“Show Me The Science” Podcast: After a year of COVID-19, vaccines making life better but it’s not over

Steven J. Lawrence, MD, a professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Washington University in St. Louis, appeared on our first episode of “Show Me the Science.” One year later, he says we‘re getting close to returning to normal. But he also says we should think not so much about returning to the old normal as moving toward a new normal that may sometimes include screenings at work to make sure you‘re not sick, or perhaps smaller gatherings during cold and flu season.