Dr. Michael Osterholm has partnered with the St. Paul and Minnesota Foundation to launch the Frontline Families Fund.
"If you can't bubble yourself," Osterholm says, don't go home.
Those aren't the only symptoms that can drag on post-infection.
Osterholm believes much stricter mandates are needed to slow the pandemic.
The board has prominent doctors and scientists tasked at guiding Biden's transition to president and planning for the federal response to the virus.
The infectious disease expert's opinion doesn't align with the CDC's guidance.
The ominous message comes as Minnesota's case and deaths are increasing.
Dr. Michael Osterholm said he'd be surprised if the illness was caused by the potential vaccine.
The leading epidemiologist has cleared the air over his previous comments on mask wearing.
A decision is supposed to be announced "by the week of July 27."
The fall peak has long been dubbed a "worst-case scenario" by Dr. Osterholm.
The infectious disease specialist has said this a few times now.
Osterholm has been preaching what he calls "straight talk" about the pandemic.