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Why you shouldn't eat out for Valentine's Day: An epidemiologist explains a few facts of life

By Ryan Malosh, Assistant Research Scientist, University of Michigan
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What is Valentine's Day without a romantic dinner out? It could be a COVID-19 catastrophe. Better to stay home and order in, writes an epidemiologist.

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