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Jesse Watters featured Dr. David Price of Weill Cornell Medical Center on “Watters’ World” Saturday night. The New York City doctor gave advice on how people can prevent spreading the coronavirus — Don’t touch your face.
Dr. Price was excited to share this news.
Dr. David Price: “You may hear a little inflection in my voice like I’m emotional. It’s not because I’m scared. It’s actually the opposite. For the first time in a while, I’m actually not scared. I work at probably the premier hospital in New York City. Our hospital is almost exclusively a COVID-19 hospital, but we’re learning and we know a lot. And what I want you guys to know is that every single day we’re getting better, we know more. And I am confident that the stuff I can tell you today should make you guys feel like when this comes to your community that you don’t have to be scared and that you can protect your family. The ways that you get this is the transmission of the virus almost exclusively from your hands to your face, from your hands to your face and inside your eyes, into your nose or into your mouth. So there’s a lot of talk about contact or getting it through contacts, hands to face… The overwhelming majority of people are getting this by physically touching someone who has this disease or will develop it in the next one to two days and then touching their face.”
Via Watters World on FOX News: