Host Celeste Headlee (far right) speaks with Georgia State University political scientist Sean Richey (middle) and Sinead Younge (far left), psychology professor at Morehouse College, about the trust between public health and the public at large.
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Host Celeste Headlee (far right) speaks with Georgia State University political scientist Sean Richey (middle) and Sinead Younge (far left), psychology professor at Morehouse College, about the trust between public health and the public at large.

Public health pandemics have captured all of our imaginations at one time or another. We take a look at some of the most persistent theories about outbreaks, government cover-ups and global health.  We speak with Georgia State University political scientist Sean Richey and Sinead Younge, psychology professor at Morehouse College, about trusting the government when wellness is at stake.