Christopher Morley, PhD, is professor and chair of Upstate’s department of public health and preventive medicine, and Telisa Stewart, DrPH, is an associate professor in that department.
Explaining the pandemic's staying power
As of mid-August, health officials recommend face masks throughout most of New York state, and 100 or more new cases of COVID-19 are being diagnosed each day in Onondaga County. Despite the availability of vaccines, the coronavirus is still spreading. Explaining how Central New York remains in a pandemic are Telisa Stewart, DrPH, an associate professor in Upstate’s department of public health and preventive medicine, and Christopher Morley, PhD, professor and chair of that department.