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Video Event: McGill University Webcast Does a COVID-19 Teach-in

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent

If you're ready to take Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime break, McGill University in Montreal is conducting a live event via the web on April 23, whereby their brilliant minds will school you on the emerging picture of this current Coronavirus pandemic in context of global health scares that have shaped our society. You can join the discussion via video, read on.

MONTREAL, QC (04/22/20): How have past generations managed global pandemics? What role has politics played in how governments address health crises? What lessons from recent epidemics like HIV/AIDS are informing how scientists are responding to COVID-19?


Join us for another in our series of webcasts as two McGill experts explore the current COVID-19 pandemic through the lens of history, reaching back to past plagues and diseases, as well as more recent challenges, to help us understand how scientists, politicians and the rest of us are responding to the current crisis, and what the past might tell us about what kind of world will emerge.


Dr. Marina Klein, Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, and Senior Scientist, McGill University Health Centre – Research Institute

Prof. Jason Opal, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of History and Classical Studies, co-author of an upcoming book on the history of diseases in American life.



WHEN Thursday, April 23, 2020 12:00 p.m. EDT

JOIN Click here beginning at 12:00 p.m. EDT on Thursday, April 23 to tune in live.

Questions? Submit your questions in advance of the webcast by emailing, or leave your questions in the comments section of these posts on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

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