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The COVID-19 crisis disproportionately impacts the most vulnerable in our society, including to their mobility. How has the pandemic affected patient access to routine, in-person medical appointments? How do public health precautions affect evacuations during a disaster like wildfires? What do we know about the mobility needs and behaviors of low-income populations? Knowing how the pandemic touches on and shapes the mobility of these vulnerable populations can inform government and community response.

Speaking:

Evelyn Blumenberg
Director, UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies

Katherine Chen, MD
National Clinical Scholars Program, UCLA

Stephen Wong
Doctoral Student, UC Berkeley

A panel with three lectures/presentations on the mobility needs of vulnerable populations. Following the presentations, a moderator will facilitate a Q & A session with registered participants.

This session will be simulcast on YouTube for observer access.

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