Dr. Eduardo Sanchez, the chief medical officer of the American Heart Association, shares his thoughts on when we might be able to go back to work and school — and what needs to be done before then for that to happen.
Dr. Eduardo Sanchez is the American Heart Association's chief medical officer for prevention and a former state health commissioner of Texas. He has dealt with major public health crises, including the SARS outbreak.
Thursday, April 23, 2020 (American Heart Association News) -- With millions of people missing paychecks, braving danger for essential work and getting really tired of being cooped up, we're all wondering the same thing: When can we go back?
The simple answer is: As soon as it's safe. The more complicated question is, how we will get back to work and school?