COVID-19 Q&A with Dr. Richard Wenzel — Part 2 — Latest News/Updates
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- THE LATEST: What we know and don’t know about the COVID-19 pandemic
- How folks working in communications for good can be most helpful right now
- What to expect and challenges ahead as COVID-19 advances across the country
The news about the novel coronavirus/COVID-19 continues to evolve by the hour.
That makes it difficult to keep up, and know what to do.
Dr. Richard Wenzel, is an epidemiologist and infectious disease expert by training, as well as an author. He is emeritus Chairman of and Professor at the Department of Internal Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Medical Center, former President of the Medical College of Virginia (MCV) Physicians, and Editor-at-Large of The New England Journal of Medicine.
He joined us on March 18th for a briefing on COVID-19. You can watch, read, and review the notes from that session here.
Dr. Wenzel will be back with us this Wednesday, April 1 at 2pm ET to update us all and share the latest on what we know, and what we are learning about the novel coronavirus COVID-19, plus what’s likely ahead for communities across the United States.
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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.