Coronavirus (COVID-19) Virtual Listening Session

Tuesday, March 17, 2020
5:00 - 6:30 PM Eastern Time
Please join the National Indian Health Board at a virtual listening session with federal partners on how this virus' potential to impact Indian Country is being addressed at the national level.
Causing an outbreak of respiratory illness, a new type of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), was first detected in Wuhan, China in December 2019. However, person-to-person spread is now occurring across the globe with over 124,000 cases of COVID-19 confirmed worldwide (with 948 of those being in the United States). Please join us to learn what the federal government is doing, and to share your insights on what could help to curb the spread of this virus to American Indian and Alaska Native communities.  Pre-registration for the session is not required. 
Date:   Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Time:   5:00 PM - 6:30 PM (Eastern Time)

Conference Call:  888-790-1891
Participant Passcode:  7626340

NOTE : If you want to submit questions ahead of time for Dr. Butler, please contact Brett Weber at [email protected] .
You may join via the call-in line or computer
CDC Representative
Jay C. Butler, MD, Director, CDC Deputy Director for Infectious Diseases

Jay C. Butler, MD is the Deputy Director for Infectious Diseases. In this capacity, he provides leadership to the efforts of CDC's three infectious disease national centers and helps to advance the agency's cross-cutting infectious disease priorities.

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