'A war against COVID and stupidity': Houston doctor

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'A war against COVID and stupidity': Houston doctor

'A war against COVID and stupidity': Houston doctor

Dr. Joseph Varon is frustrated.

A surge in COVID-19 patients is straining his Houston, Texas hospital and yet, every day, he sees people on the street who are not wearing masks and not physically distancing.

Conway G.

Gittens has his story.


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