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Asbury Park Press reporter Mike Davis' temperature soared to 104 when he had the coronavirus (Photo provided by Mike Davis)
In this bonus episode, The Why’s Annette John-Hall talks to Asbury Park Press reporter Mike Davis about his bout with COVID-19 – and the cautionary tale he took from it.
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