On Monday, September 14, Carleton University’s Erling Rud (Health Science), Kim Hellemans (Neuroscience), Hashmat Khan (Economics), Tim Pychyl (Psychology) were joined by Ottawa Public Health’s Associate Medical Officer of Health Brent Moloughney for a discussion about COVID-19. They discussed the risks of the pandemic from biomedical, psychological and economic perspectives, with an emphasis on how epidemiological projections have had, and will continue to have, impacts on social wellbeing and economic stability.

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