Kevin Miller begins the day by previewing the upcoming battle between Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden in today's Super Tuesday Primary.  Kevin Miller takes calls from listeners responding to his statements. Both the Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders campaigns are focusing on Michigan in the final hours before Tuesday's six-state primary.Biden is set to appear in Detroit alongside Sen. Kamala Harris, who officially endorsed his campaign last week.  Sanders held multiple Michigan events over the weekend and will take part in a coronavirus roundtable in Detroit after making a side trip to St. Louis, MO for a Monday morning rally.Michigan has 125 delegates up for grabs and was the site of one of Sanders' biggest wins in the 2016 primary.  Idaho, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, and Washington will also hold primaries on Tuesday.  Kevin Miller asks the following questions:Does Sanders need to win Michigan to get back in the race?  Which candidate do you think has the best chance of winning in November?  Kevin Miller updates the audience on the latest on the Coronavirus.  As fear, and some would argue overreaction, continues to spread with COVID-19, another virus, that kills far more people every season, continues to circulate the US: the flu.According to the CDC, between October 2019 and the end of February an estimated 34 million to 49 million Americans have been sickened with the flu, resulting in 16 million to 23 million medical visits, 350,000 to 620,000 hospitalizations, and 20,000 to 52,000 deaths. This year's strain has been especially hard on kids with 11 dying this week alone - for a total this season of 136.Globally, there have been 110,200 positive COVID-19 cases in 108 countries with 3,800 deaths. According to the CDC, most who contract the virus will show little to no symptoms. Most of the deaths are in patients with underlying medical conditions.

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