Although shelter-in-place might seem like it will last forever, there will come a point when public safety measures will be relaxed and even large venues will be reopened.
From a safety standpoint, when will large venues be ready for that? What about something as large as Las Vegas? What markers should we watch out for? And what kind of practices will be required to safely ease back into normal life?
We talk about what a return to post-COVID-19 life might look like, with Hal Kempfer, a former Marine intelligence officer who was part of the team that did the baseline training for North American military pandemic preparedness, as well as infectious disease specialist at USC, Dr. Edward Jones-Lopez.
Hal Kempfer, CEO of GRIP (Global Risk Intelligence and Planning), a management consulting firm based in Long Beach; former Marine intelligence officer who was part of the team that did the baseline training for North American military pandemic preparedness
Edward Jones-Lopez, M.D., assistant professor of medicine and infectious disease specialist at Keck Medicine of USC and epidemiologist