Jun 23, 2020
Shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic began, we welcomed a pair of food safety experts on the podcast to help us understand what was going on. Now that a few months have passed, we welcome them back to talk about how the scientific understanding of the novel coronavirus has grown and changed. We talk about the importance of handwashing, masks and other safety precautions, whether we need to sanitize our groceries upon returning home, and how K-State Research and Extension has helped support best practices for farmers markets.
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