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“No simple answer”

“No simple answer”

“Covid State of Play” examines sick buildings, planning lags, and reopening

In the absence of leadership guidelines for mitigating COVID-19, creative solutions — in concert with established public health recommendations — are key.

Low-cost air quality sensors, rethinking what schools look like, and identifying new modes of collaboration are a few of the creative approaches discussed during a recent discussion hosted by Jonathan Zittrain and Magaret Bourdeaux of the Berkman Klein Center’s Digital Pandemic Response program.

The talk examined the current “Covid State of Play,” and covered COVID-19 testing, school reopenings, and ventilation. Their guest, Joseph Allen, is an Assistant Professor of Exposure Assessment Science at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

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