VPR’s Emily Corwin brings new meaning to “In Your Face Journalism.”
"Eventually, two people arrived at my rolled-down window. One, a medic, told me the test would be briefly uncomfortable, and asked if I still wanted to proceed. Then, he told me to tilt my head back, and briefly stuck a long, flexible probe in one nostril. The sting was intense, but quickly dissipated. Ella and I both wept from the eye closest to the probe. I proceeded to sneeze about 15 times."
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