Dr. Daignault says his is "cautiously optimistic" that the numbers will not see a large spike. On one side, having it outside, in the sun and wind, may have diluted effects of the virus. But on the other side, the large crowds could pose a problem.
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"10,000 strong in some places," said Dr. Daignault. "As much as it is your civic responsibility and right to protest, you should consider getting tested within five days, and again in 14 days."
The fact that many of the demonstrators were younger could be another concern.
"As a physician, my concern is when they go back home and spread (the virus) to more at-risk older adults," said Dr. Daignault.
The doctor also talked about the new guidelines offered by the CDC to employers for keeping employees safe as they start to come back into the work place.
"You need to ask if it's safe to go in or safer to continue to work from home if they can," said Dr. Daignault. "Until we have a vaccine."
Watch the full interview in the video above.
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