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COVID-19: Hopkins experts share insights, risks and data about U.S. states reopening

Amid the current global pandemic, many U.S. states have begun to reopen following shutdowns put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19. Leading experts from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Center for Health Security and our very own Centers for Civic Impact, came together to share insights, recommendations and cautions based on the best available data and science with Stephanie Desmon, co-host of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School’s “Public Health on Call” podcast.

Our Executive Director, Beth Blauer, shares how work with Dr. Lauren Gardner, School of Engineering, to develop the widely-used COVID-19 pandemic data map and tracker of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths across the U.S. and globally can equip local decision and policymakers at the state and county levels with insights to help them determine a plan for reopening.

View the latest guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control mentioned in the panel.

Participants:

Tom Inglesby, MD Director

Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Crystal Watson, DrPH, MPH Senior Scholar

Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Beth Blauer, JD Executive Director

Johns Hopkins University Centers for Civic Impact

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