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Host Dan Weissmann spoke with three people who have very different reflections on what the COVID-19 pandemic is costing us.
- A doctor and advocate in Brooklyn looked back on the wave of black and brown patients that filled her clinic in March.
- A nurse practitioner in Texas shared how new tech is — and isn’t — helping the older patients she cares for.
- One of the country’s top insurance nerds conceded that her initial policy ideas to keep people from getting stuck with expensive bills for COVID tests were wrong.
Here’s the season recap: A new abnormal. A shortage of hugs. And the $7,000 COVID test.
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