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NBC New medical contributor Dr. Natalie Azar stresses the importance of a containment phase regardless of a negative test after exposure to the coronavirus. She also details the similarities and difference of the flu and COVID-19, saying the most striking difference is the long-haul symptoms people are experiencing after contracting coronavirus.