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CBN News Asks Dr. Josh Axe Your Questions About the COVID-19 Pandemic

03-26-2020
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Arkansas State Rep. Nicole Clowney has her temperature checked before entering a temporary House chamber March 26, 2020 in Little Rock, Ark (AP Photo/Andrew Demillo)
Arkansas State Rep. Nicole Clowney has her temperature checked before entering a temporary House chamber March 26, 2020 in Little Rock, Ark (AP Photo/Andrew Demillo)

CBN News Medical Reporter Lorie Johnson spoke with Dr. Josh Axe, a doctor of chiropractic, certified doctor of natural medicine and clinical nutritionist to ask him your latest questions about the coronavirus pandemic. 

Here are the questions being addressed in this Q & A:

  • Donna:  Is the virus affecting more males or females?
  • Julie: What does the 19 mean on the virus? 
  • Jackie: Will microwaving my mail kill the virus? 
  • Yew-Lih:  Is hand made sanitizer with tea tree essential oil sufficient to kill the virus and is it effective to take elderberry as a precautionary measure?
  • Joan:  Is it true Ibuprofen, Advil, Aleve, and Aspirin make the virus go from mild to severe? 
  • Mike:  Will the COVID-19 test register a positive if you had it and recovered? 
  • Dave:  Can I pass on the virus if I don't have a cough or runny nose and I am keeping my hands clean? 

You can submit new questions to us for our next Q&A at  newsanswers@cbn.org  or click here

We are answering them in the order in which we receive them.

BELOW: More COVID-19 Q&A with CBN News Medical Reporter Lorie Johnson and Experts

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