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What questions and concerns do you have about COVID-19?

As COVID-19 cases rise across the country, we know many of you have a lot on your mind. We're opening the phone lines for your questions, and we'll have experts on hand to give you the answers.

Our panel of experts will be on hand with the answers

Our panel of experts will be live on Sunday to take your calls and answer your questions (Joseph Cress/Iowa City Press-Citizen/The Associated Press)
Listen to the full episode1:51:14

As COVID-19 cases rise across the country, we know many of you have questions.

Do you have a concerns about back-to-school plans? Or maybe you're curious about the status of a COVID-19 vaccine. Perhaps you want to know whether this is an uptick, spike or wave of cases.

We're opening the phone lines for your questions, and we'll have experts on hand to give you the answers.

Joining us on Sunday: 

  • Dr. Joanne Langley is the co-chair of the federal government's COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force. She's part of the group that's been providing advice to the government on which vaccines to pursue.
  • Dr. Lynora Saxinger is an infectious disease expert with the University of Alberta. 
  • Arjumand Siddiqqi is an associate professor at Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, and the Canada Research Chair in population health equity. 

Our question this week: What questions and concerns do you have about COVID-19?

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