Covid-19: What we’ve learned about the pandemic and what we keep forgetting

Cambridge campus

Abstract The Covid-19 pandemic has been the most acute global infectious disease emergency in living memory. While it has upended societies and led to more than 600,000 deaths (and counting) in the United States alone, much of the potential impact could be anticipated by epidemiologists as early as February or March 2020. Dr Hanage will discuss … Continue reading "Covid-19: What we’ve learned about the pandemic and what we keep forgetting"