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April 9, 2020

“If you’re wealthy, you’re not taking public transport,” said Elizabeth Pathak, an epidemiologist and president of the Women’s Institute for Independent Social Enquiry. “But if you’re working class in New York City, you’re crowded at every geographic scale of your life..."


Dr. Beth Pathak (WiiSE)


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April 20, 2020

U.S. Hospitals Risk Being Over-whelmed with Child COVID-19 Cases [NEWSWEEK]

"Government officials and policy makers should understand the likelihood of capacity challenges," said Jason Salemi, study co-author and associate professor of epidemiology at the University of South Florida.


Dr. Jason Salemi (USF)



April 9, 2020

Health Inequities and Risk for COVID-19 in Children


"Pandemics expose the fault lines of inequality in societies as evidenced by economic and spatial patterns of unequal distribution of risk and disease. Consequently, the built and social environments in which families and children live will greatly influence exposure risks."

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Dr. Janelle Menard (WiiSE)

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