Dr. Monica Gandhi joins America's Roundtable co-hosts Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy and provides further insights on her recent piece, co-authohred with Jeanne Noble and published in Time Magazine — "We Can't Just Impose Restrictions Whenever COVID-19 Surges. Here's a Better Plan for 2022." Dr. Gandhi MD, MPH is Professor of Medicine; Associate Division Chief of the Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases, and Global Medicine; Director of the Ward 86 HIV Clinic at San Francisco General Hospital; and Director of the Center for AIDS Research at UCSF.
She brings to the forefront the concerns about our children in her op-ed piece via The Wall Street Journal titled, "The Pandemic’s Toll on Teen Mental Health" in which she states: "The pandemic may have taken a heavier mental toll on young people than it has on adults. As the vaccinated proportion of the population increases and the pandemic ebbs across the U.S., a different crisis demands immediate attention. The nation’s health and education leaders must focus now on helping young people get past what has been a long, dark year."
Dr. Gandhi also highlights key lessons learned from the pandemic as America and the world transition to the endemic phase.
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