Transcript for How do Amy, T.J. and Dr. Jen social distance on set?
No worries. Dr. Jen Ashton here with answers to your coronavirus questions. The first one, Dr. Jen, are children being included in any of the ongoing vaccine trials? Absolutely they are. We just heard that one of the vaccine developers started to include children 12 years of age and older. They started with 16 years of age and older. It's not just children they need to test the safety of the vaccine. They need to look at pregnant women and dosing in older adults as well and different ethnic groups. It's not a one size fits all and the vaccine trial recruitment for getting a lot of different age groups is critically important. Next question, we see you all social distancing onset. How do you stay safe when cameras are off? Do you test, put on masks, et cetera? We get this question all the time. It's a really good one and people are concerned for us I think. We do get tested every week here. The crew, all of us, which is good. We are measured out to six feet at least of distance. There are hardly any people in the studio. As soon as we're off this set and we don't have to worry about messing up our make-up, masks go right back on. Got my negative test result yesterday. Good for you. The mask is sitting right here onset. You're supposed to have it on the whole time. Plus, by the time we get done here, we want to go our separate ways. Speak for yourself. Oh, that's sweet. You guys are my crew, my squad. My crew, my squad. My Fam. My people. You can submit questions to Dr. Jen on her Instagram @drjashton. We're going to turn to a
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