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Stony Brook expert tells parents what they need to know about testing children for COVID-19

With schools open again, Dr. Sharon Nachman, an infectious disease expert at Stony Brook Children's Hospital, tells parents what they need to know about getting their children tested for the coronavirus. Credit: Newsday

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