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How to Get Reopening Right


With many U.S. states reopening to some degree following shutdowns to slow the spread of COVID-19, leading experts from the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and the Johns Hopkins University map team, will offer their insights, recommendations, and cautions based on the best available data and science.

What states have met the recommended benchmarks for reopening? What are key public health steps communities and businesses should take to ensure they can reopen safely? What role do testing and contact tracing play? What indicators should we watch as activities resume? What individual actions should we take to stay healthy and for the health and safety of those around us?

You’ll hear from:

    Director, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Senior Scholar, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Executive Director, Johns Hopkins University Centers for Civic Impact

The webcast will be moderated by Stephanie Desmon, co-host of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School’s “Public Health on Call” podcast and director of Public Relations and Marketing for the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs.

A recording will be made available on this page and across Bloomberg School channels.

Johns Hopkins University’s clinicians and researchers specializing in global public health, infectious disease, and emergency preparedness have been at the forefront of the international response to the coronavirus outbreak by advancing the understanding of the virus, informing the public, and briefing policymakers to guide the response, improve care, and save lives. Stay up to date on the latest expert insights from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and get notified about future webcasts by subscribing to our COVID-19 Daily Roundup Newsletter.

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