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"The bottom line is that if there is a large outbreak happening in your community, it doesn't matter what your school does." - Dr. Ashish Jha on if it's safe to send children back to school.

"At least in the short term, I don't believe reinfection is common. I suspect it's rare if it happens at all." - Dr. Ashish Jha, on if people who have tested positive for the coronavirus, who then get better, can get the virus again.

The PBS NewsHour’s William Brangham spoke with Dr. Ashish Jha, director of the Harvard Global Health Institute, to answer some questions about what we’re seeing now and considerations for the weeks ahead.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for reopening schools are the minimum of what the country should be doing to make sure that schools can reopen and stay open, public health expert Dr. Ashish Jha says

#Podcast | Dr. Ashish Jha shares insights into the epidemiological basis of the #coronavirus  pandemic and what policy solutions hold out hope for the future in #India .

"Large chunks of the country have large outbreaks happening right now," Dr. Ashish Jha says. "It doesn't seem to me like we're doing nearly enough to get those outbreaks under control and if we don't, they're going to continue, and they're going to grow."

@joefryer  speaks with Harvard Professor Dr. Ashish Jha about the flawed system for coronavirus testing in the U.S. More now on @NBCNightlyNews .

@joefryer  speaks with Harvard Professor Dr. Ashish Jha about the flawed system for coronavirus testing in the U.S. More tonight on @NBCNightlyNews .

Policymakers in India must understand that the pandemic is still quite early in the country. Masks, testing and getting rid of large gatherings for a year will keep the virus from getting into exponential growth: Health expert Dr. Ashish Jha

“I think the CDC's recommendations are really basic and, in fact, I think they should go further," Dr. Ashish Jha, the faculty director of the Harvard Global Health Institute, tells CNN.

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The response to coronavirus has varied drastically around the world. So how has the United States' been? "Our response is much, much worse than almost any other country that's been affected," says Ashish Jha, who runs the Harvard Global Health Institute.

Shri @OfficeOfRG  will be conversing with Prof. Ashish Jha, Dean of Brown University School of Public Health & Prof. Johan Giesecke, member of Strategic & Technical Advisory Group for Infectious Hazards of WHO. Watch at 10 AM today on his SM platforms.

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"Yeh bhaiya bataiye ki vaccine kab aayegi?," Rahul Gandhi to public health expert ashish jha'>Prof Ashish Jha, to which Jha says, "I am very confident a vaccine will come by next year".

The US can expect that another 100,000 people will die from #coronavirus  by September, Dr. Ashish Jha, director of the Harvard Global Health Institute#COVID19 

LIVE: Shri@RahulGandhi  in conversation with global public health experts, Prof Ashish Jha and Prof Johan Giesecke

Shri @OfficeOfRG  discusses the importance of protecting vulnerable people from COVID-19 with Prof. Ashish Jha. #RahulGandhiSpeaksForIndia 

“This is an unmitigated disaster that the administration has brought upon the population, and I don’t say this lightly,” says Ashish Jha, director of the Harvard Global Health Institute. “We have had a much worse response than Iran, than Italy, than China

Ashish Jha, director of the Harvard Global Health Institute: “The only shot we have, I believe, of staving off the worst is going to a national quarantine for 14 days.”

"Our response is much, much worse than almost any other country that's been affected," Ashish Jha, the head of Harvard Global Health Institute, said of the U.S. efforts to combat coronavirus. He used "fiasco" and "mind-blowing" to describe how bad it is.

Ashish Jha, who runs the Harvard Global Health Institute, says U.S. response to coronavirus has been “much, much worse than almost any other country that's been affected.” He uses the words "stunning," "fiasco" and "mind-blowing" to describe how bad it is.

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