COVID-19 Q&A with Infectious Disease Expert Dr. Richard Wenzel — Part 4 — Latest News/Updates
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- THE LATEST: What doctors and scientists know — and don’t know — about the COVID-19 pandemic
- What to expect as COVID-19 progresses across the country
- YOUR QUESTIONS: Everything you want to know about COVID-19 now
We learn more each day. That’s especially true for the physicians and scientists who’ve been racing to unlock the puzzle of this new novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
That’s good. But with it, there’s been a lot of noise. Moments of kindness. Misinformation. Disinformation. The world has generated mountains of news stories, tweets, Lin Manuel Miranda Zoombombs, Italian Mayor memes, and Anthony Fauci impersonations since the novel coranvirus emerged. And some seriously crazy sh*t.
Sometimes, you just want the facts.
The latest scientific and medical information.
From a doctor and scientist.
Epidemiologist and infectious disease expert Dr. Richard Wenzel has kindly agreed to return this Thursday, April 30 at 2pm ET to share the latest about the novel coronavirus COVID-19 — what doctors and scientists have learned — and what’s likely ahead for communities across the United States.
And of course, he’ll take your questions.
Notes from the roundtable can be found here.
We’ve started a Coronavirus Crisis Comms Triage Kit — to share and crowdsource best practices, resources, and examples of effective crisis comms from foundations and nonprofits covering many of the tasks you’re likely attending to.