When Green Doesn't Mean Go
PITTSBURGH CURRENT—"Green is associated with “go,” “all clear,” “nothing to worry about”—but during this pandemic, green could not be further from the truth."
Doctoral candidate Chantele Mitchell-Miland (EPI '20) and assistant professor of epidemiology Dara Mendez explain why we all still need to be vigilant and practice infection prevention precautions.
The authors discuss transmission, testing and tracing, disparate impacts, and the mental health toll, calling for policy and action that is equitable, based in science, and focused on ensuring the full protection and health of populations.
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from "Masks And Much More: Public Health In The Time Of COVID-19" by Chantele E. Mitchell-Miland & Dara D. Mendez, July 1, 2020, Pittsburgh Current