COVID-19, Humans, and Wildlife: What Do We Know? | National Geographic

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What did we learn from the current pandemic and how can we prevent it from happening again? Join panelists as they have a conversation about COVID-19 at the interface of humans and animals.

Natasha Daly (moderator): Writer & Editor, National Geographic
Dr. Chris Golden: Assistant Professor of Planetary Health & Nutrition, Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health
Dr. Rodrigo Medellin: Senior Professor of Ecology, University of Mexico
Dr. Suzan Murray: Chief Wildlife Veterinary Medical Officer, Global Health Program, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

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