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Flattening the curve for COVID-19

Telehealth may prove to be a more versatile tool as the U.S. responds to the looming threat of the novel coronavirus.

School of Public Health Update on Coronavirus

WVU will not hold in-person classes this semester. Information specific to School of Public Health students can be found on the school’s coronavirus page.

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