Augusta University hosts town halls to address coronavirus questions

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The health, safety and well-being of students, patients and employees are top priorities for Augusta University and Augusta University Health. In an effort to keep everyone in our community informed and safe during the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Augusta University leaders will host two town halls to answer questions and address concerns.

Please mark your calendar for one of the following town halls:

Noon Tuesday, March 10; Lee Auditorium, Health Sciences Campus

This event will be a joint session for both the Augusta University and AU Health community. Overflow space will be available in EC 1222. This session will also be live streamed. Watch here.

Noon Friday, March 13; UH 170, Summerville Campus

This session will feature leadership from Augusta University. Both town hall sessions will be recorded and shared on Jagwire.

Read the latest news and hear from our experts about the emerging public health concern of COVID-19 on our dedicated resource page. Here you will find guidance on how to protect yourself, news from around the community and links to resources from the CDC and those managing the situation here in the U.S.

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