Webinar: Debunking 10 Myths Surrounding COVID-19: What We Know and What We Don't
Presented by Jason Silverstein, Lecturer and Writer-in-Residence, Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School
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About the speaker:
The worst pandemic in one hundred years has rapidly transformed lives across the globe, turning our most routine activities,
such as going to the grocery store or shaking someone's hand, into matters of life and death. With the best minds in science, medicine, and public health racing to save the world, it is nearly impossible to keep track of every development. This
webinar seeks to separate fact from fiction based on the best available science and explain what we know and what we
don't know about COVID-19.
Jason Silverstein is a regular contributor to VICE Health. He has written for The Atlantic, The New Republic, The New York Times, and The Guardian, among others. Silverstein received a PhD in anthropology from Harvard and an MTS in religion, ethics, and politics from Harvard Divinity School.
Recent articles written by Jason regarding COVID-19:
- Empty Dorms Could Help Solve Coronavirus Hospital Shortages
- Coronavirus Is Bad in the Cities. It Could Be Even Worse Outside of Them
- Vulnerable Workers Should be Given Paid Leave Before They Become Sick
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