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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.


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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