We're all becoming close observers of the scientific literature on COVID-19, tracking as best we can data on transmission, risk, fatalities, and implications for different groups. Marm Kilpatrick will outline the challenges in understanding this data, and in interpreting models and projections. In his talk, he'll offer what he thinks are the biggest remaining questions and why they are difficult to answer. He will share how epidemiologists are homing in on the best strategies to move forward that both prevent widespread transmission and disease, and also allow significant economic activity. Join the conversation to learn what we could have done, and what remains to be done to address the spread of COVID-19.
Speaker: A. Marm Kilpatrick, UC Santa Cruz
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