As we move into the second half of 2020, it’s clear the coronavirus has exhausted us all. Despite a record number of new cases, patience with the pandemic is dwindling each day. In this week’s episode of Into San Diego, we’re going into COVID complacency and how our actions this summer are crucial in fighting the outbreak. San Diego County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher explains why he thinks we reopened local businesses too soon and compares our situation to a pandemic that happened back in 1918. Plus, we’ll hear from local researchers and students studying the long term effects COVID-19 and how it can leave life-long scars on those infected.