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How can local and state governments repair the damage done by COVID-19? Is there a vaccine on its way to a pharmacy near you? What should you expect about lockdowns, facemasks, and new COVID-19 therapies in the coming months?
On this episode of Big Biology, a panel of experts discusses the virus’s trajectory and impact, and our options going forward. This conversation was recorded live at Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida, in partnership with the University of South Florida College of Public Health and Morsani College of Medicine and the City of Tampa.
The panel consisted of Jane Castor, the mayor of Tampa, Kami Kim, a physician and professor who specializes in infectious diseases, Edwin Michael, an epidemiologist focused on the population ecology of disease transmission, and Michael Teng, an immunologist with expertise in vaccine development. We moderate as the experts look ahead, and discuss what we can expect long-term.
Length of Episode
1 hour, 11 minutes
Digital File Format
Woods, Art and Martin, Marty, "Episode 052: Coronavirus III: Town Hall" (2020). BigBiology Podcasts. 53.