The NDP says parents need help when kids go back to school, Trump's bad polling numbers could be linked to COVID-19, and London doctors explore new coronavirus treatments
Marit Stiles, NDP Education Critic, joins to discuss what supports are needed for parents when kids go back to school in September.
Polling numbers for Donald Trump out of states like Florida have been trending downward. Could Trump's bad polling numbers could be linked to COVID-19? Wayne Petrozzi, professor at Ryerson University, explains.
And, new research out of Lawson is showing pulmonary surfactant could be a potential treatment for COVID-19-induced respiratory failure. Dr. Jim Lewis, Lawson Scientist and Respirologist at St. Joseph’s Health Care London, joins Craig to discuss.
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