Jason Disano, director of the Canadian Hub for Applied and Social Research (CHASR) at USask. (Photo: Submitted)

The social significance of the global pandemic

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When COVID-19 came to Canada, researchers knew its implications would go far beyond the direct effects of the virus.

“There are so many other unintended impacts and consequences of COVID-19 that need to be explored, understood and disseminated. What are the shifts and trends in human behaviour that largely impact how the disease spreads and grows or abates?” said Jason Disano, director of the Canadian Hub for Applied and Social Research (CHASR) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask)….

https://news.usask.ca/articles/colleges/2020/the-social-significance-of-the-global-pandemic.php

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