CLEVELAND — News 5 anchor Rob Power sat down with Cleveland Clinic CEO Tomislav Mihaljevic to talk about where we are at in the coronavirus pandemic.
In an interview with News 5, he said he isn't frightened of the pandemic, but rather optimistic.
“We have never seen a scientific effort of this magnitude," Mihaljevic said.
Watch the full interview in the media player above.
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