The Coronavirus Pandemic
Reopening Schools and Workplaces

The Coronavirus Pandemic: Presented jointly with The World & GBH

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Facebook Live Q&A with Joseph Allen, Director of the Healthy Buildings Program, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health 
Presented jointly by The Forum at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and The World from PRX & GBH
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
12 pm ET
ForumHSPH.org

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This Q&A will stream on Facebook and on The Forum website. 

With fall underway, millions of students and teachers in the United States are adjusting to the new normal of attending classes — in person or online — during the COVID-19 pandemic. For college students, living on campus has also brought new challenges. School communities are divided by questions of how safe is “safe enough,” and administrators are struggling to balance the benefits of in-person instruction with the risks of COVID-19 against a rapidly-changing backdrop of state and federal guidance. At the same time, many American workers continue to face uncertainty and concerns about returning to their physical workplaces — or remaining in them.Healthy buildings expert Joseph Allen joins The World’s Elana Gordon to discuss the current situation with the pandemic, schools and workplaces in this Facebook Live Q&A.

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Presented jointly with The World & GBH

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