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Join Eric Alexander, Director of Vision Long Island; Kristen Jarnagin, President and CEO of Discover Long Island; and Dr. Uzma Syed, Infectious Disease Specialist at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, as they discuss what businesses are doing to protect their employees and customers, plus how you can be safe while going out around town, and more. Moderated by Newsday’s Associate Editor Joye Brown and Economics Writer James Madore. Email your questions to nmgevents@newsday.com or use the hashtag #AskNewsday on Twitter.

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