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Presented By: USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism

Covering Coronavirus: What the Data Tells Us

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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET

We have been grappling with the coronavirus pandemic for months now, yet neither COVID-19 nor our coverage of it is anywhere close to being over. How can we continue to report on this story in novel ways that inform our communities, while steering clear of sensationalism? In this webinar, Kaiser Health News data editor Liz Lucas will serve as our guide through the changing landscape of data on COVID-19. We'll look specifically at data sources that can aid informed, in-depth reporting on the overall trend of the pandemic, the infrastructure needed to survive it, and the people most vulnerable to it. We’ll talk about what data exists nationally, and what data you should pursue locally.

This webinar is a project of the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism, NIHCM Foundation, and Commonwealth Fund.

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