Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement From CFR

March 13, 2020 3:03 pm (EST)

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Due to the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is operating remotely as of Monday, March 16, and has suspended all in-person events through at least Friday, April 3, 2020.

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CFR anticipates convening a number of discussions for CFR members and others online and/or via video- or tele-conference.

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Please refer to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for up-to-date and accurate information about the pandemic.

You are encouraged to turn to Think Global Health for analysis and to follow CFR’s Global Health experts Thomas Bollyky (@TomBollyky), Dr. Tom Frieden (@DrTomFrieden), and Yanzhong Huang (@YanzhongHuang) on Twitter.

Visit CFR's coronavirus topic page for analysis.

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ForeignAffairs.com also has continuing coverage of the global pandemic and response.  

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