Over the next few weeks, we'll be checking back in with guests we've interviewed over the last three months since this show launched. On Monday, we heard from Donna Kelly-Williams, president of the Massachusetts Nurses Association, about how nurses across the state are still in desperate need of personal protective gear like masks and gowns.

Then, we checked in with a regular guest, Dr. Daniel Kuritzkes, chief of the infectious diseases division at Brigham and Women's hospital. It's been three months since Governor Charlie Baker closed schools, restaurants and bars. A week later, he would issue his stay at home advisory. We checked in about what we've learned about the coronavirus in that time and what still remains unknown.


Donna Kelly-Williams — 2:20
Dr. Daniel Kuritzkes 17:15