Episode: GOP Senator Raised Virus Alarms Weeks Ago — In Private


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GOP Senator Raised Virus Alarms Weeks Ago — In Private
U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, in a private luncheon, compared the coronavirus to the 1918 flu. NPR's Tim Mak obtained a secret recording — more of his reporting is here. Plus how nurses are coping in the Seattle region, and why schools are struggling to make informed decisions about keeping kids home from school.

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