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How 700 Epidemiologists Are Living Now, and What They Think Is Next

How 700 Epidemiologists Are Living Now, and What They Think Is Next

How 700 Epidemiologists Are Living Now, and What They Think Is Next How 700 Epidemiologists Are Living Now, and What They Think Is Next “It’s funny: When you asked this before, I was so optimistic about the U.S. being able to lead and address this in a timely fashion,” said Rachel Widome, associate professor at the University of Minnesota. “I …

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What 635 Epidemiologists Are Doing for Thanksgiving

What 635 Epidemiologists Are Doing for Thanksgiving

What 635 Epidemiologists Are Doing for Thanksgiving What 635 Epidemiologists Are Doing for Thanksgiving “Each individual has to do their part for the greater good and public health of our family, neighbors, strangers and, most importantly, the health care workers and first responders who must continue to care for the public,” said Anna Gorczyca, an assistant research professor at the …

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How 133 Epidemiologists Are Deciding When to Send Their Children to School

How 133 Epidemiologists Are Deciding When to Send Their Children to School

How 133 Epidemiologists Are Deciding When to Send Their Children to School How 133 Epidemiologists Are Deciding When to Send Their Children to School “Children are relatively safe. I would worry about teachers.” Lisa Herrinton, Kaiser Permanente Didn’t have children in school/child care before coronavirus “I think it would be really stupid to reopen the schools in September, given the …

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