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COVID-19 has impacted our lives for a year now.We've lost loved ones, found a new appreciation for the outdoors, and worked through the struggles of a more virtual and remote lifestyle.Businesses learned to adapt, the government went back and forth on restrictions, and we're in the middle of one of the greatest vaccination efforts of our lifetime. WXPR spoke with business owners, tribal leaders, medical experts, and people whose lives have been upended by the pandemic. Follow this link to listen to the special report.

How our Knowledge of COVID-19 Evolved: A Conversation with an Epidemiologist

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Since scientists and health care workers first learned about the novel coronavirus, a lot has changed.

We now know much more about how COVID-19 is spread, and how to treat and prevent the virus.

We spoke with an epidemiologist and an associate professor of population health sciences at University of Wisconsin-Madison about a year of studying COVID-19.

Listen to the full conversation here.