2020: The year of COVID-19 (AAC ed.)
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The emergence COVID-19 changed the entire world, a look back to one of the most difficult years for public health in modern history. Objectives: • Summarize the key events leading to the COVID-19 pandemic • Discuss the missteps and successes on the COVID-19 fight in the US • Comment on the future and what 2021 is likely to bring in relation t the COVID-19 pandemic Guest: • Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo: The C. Glenn Cobbs Professor in Infectious Diseases and Director, Division of Infectious Diseases, UAB | The University of Alabama at Birmingham. Visit https://aac.asm.org to read the current Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
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