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June 23, 2020: COVID-19 Brings Chernobyl Flashbacks For Doctor; ‘The Gringa’ Inspiration

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A health worker takes a blood sample for a COVID-19 antibody test in Los Angeles, May 20, 2020.

The pandemic brings back memories of the Chernobyl nuclear accident for one doctor in Denver. Plus, how redlining could help the coronavirus spread. Also, the trial and error of treating COVID-19. Plus, a real-life story inspires the new novel, "The Gringa." Then, Colorado’s underground coal fires. And, saying goodbye to the Three Kings Tavern.