Washington Post Covid-19 Q&A live stream

  • Covid-19 Q&A Live Stream


As part of our media partnership with The Washington Post, The Royal Gazette brings you a live Q&A on the coronavirus crisis that has enveloped the world — and, as of last night, Bermuda.

At 4pm today Bermuda time, residents can join our American neighbours in having their questions answered by Washington Post anchor Libby Casey, Washington Post health policy reporter Yasmeen Abutaleb and Giovanni Filardo, the Director of Epidemiology at Baylor Scott&White Health, and other Post reporters, who will share what is known now about the coronavirus, staying healthy and about preparing for the weeks ahead.

The rapidly spreading Covid-19 outbreak continues to upend life around the world as more countries tighten quarantine measures. From symptoms to testing to government response, Casey unpacks the many complicated questions about the spread of coronavirus in the United States, questions that can be readily applicable to us in Bermuda.

Viewers can submit their questions by cutting and pasting the link below into a new window:

https://hosted-washpost.submissionplatform.com/sub/hosted/5e27d1aaa1a4c10034f2566b

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Published Mar 19, 2020 at 12:01 am (Updated Mar 19, 2020 at 8:25 am)

Washington Post Covid-19 Q&A live stream

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