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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Virtual Information Sessions
Tuesday, May 26, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT
Category: General Events

Join the leadership of the University of Louisville Trager Institute for weekly free virtual information sessions addressing your pressing questions about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), with a particular focus on older adults and individuals with chronic diseases. Download event flyer.

Please note: these are NOT  in-person events. Please join us via zoom at: https://zoom.us/j/884298617. To learn how to access a zoom meeting, click here.

If you would like to share expertise on a certain topic as it relates to COVID-19 and older adults, consider appearing as a guest on one of our weekly info sessions. Please email [email protected] with your idea and contact information.

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Every Tuesday from 10:00 am - 11:00 am EST

Next Session: May 26

TopicCOVID-19 and the Co-Immunity Project

Join us for our weekly COVID-19 information session this Tuesday, May 26 at 10:00 am. We are thrilled to welcome guest speaker Ted Smith, PhD, associate professor of environmental medicine and deputy director of the Envirome Institute at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Dr. Smith will lead a conversation exploring the Co-Immunity Project. He will share this history of the project and its potential implications for public health as we re-open our communities. Join us Tuesday at 10:00 am via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/884298617.

About the Co-Immunity Project: The COVID-19 Co-Immunity Project is an initiative of the University of Louisville, convened by the Louisville Healthcare CEO Council (LHCC). The Project, announced by Governor Beshear on April 15, 2020, is designed to safeguard the health of our community and to chart the path for a return to normalcy and avoid near-future possible mis-calibrations of societal activity measures while precisely identifying the vulnerable populations as well as those proving to have higher levels of innate immunity. It will provide regular community public health monitoring to develop an early warning system to prevent resurgence of the infection. It will completely complement the other types of testing and contact tracing in our community. While initially focused in Louisville, the overall goal of the program is to identify and monitor the spread of COVID-19 in all of Kentucky, and to identify the risk factors that predispose susceptible individuals and vulnerable communities to the virus and its acute and long-term health consequences. Kentucky is uniquely positioned to inform a path forward to curtail the impact of the virus on health and the economy nationwide. Our approach is readily adoptable by all other states.

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Contact: Email us at [email protected] or call us at (502) 588-4340