New COVID-19 course at UBC to cover pandemic's impact on society

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UBC has developed a new credit course that delves into the implications the global health crisis has had on society.

Registration for the COVID-19 and Society course filled up in just two weeks for the September start date, with another 75 students on the waiting list.

"The course helps students make connections between their own experience of COVID-19 and larger social patterns occurring locally and globally," said Katherine Lyon, course instructor and developer, in a news release. It will also explore day-to-day life during this unprecedented time and how people maintained social interactions while under lockdown.

 

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Will academia tell the real truth or will it be sugar coated?

Covid is just a virus. Our response has had dramatic effects personally, locally and globally. How does current response compare to historic responses? Is there a social contagion involved? Open the question box all sorts of fascinating here.

The should use this as standard text.

Considering we hear 4 different stories everyday, I wonder who's take on it all will they side with and use 'educate' the students with?

What to Work? Want to Buy Groceries? Want to Travel? Want to Drive a Car? This is the end game folks

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