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    Sara Rimer

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There are 2 comments on BU Public Health Researchers Aid Chelsea, Epicenter of State’s COVID-19 Outbreak

  1. Many of the students in Boston University’s Upward Bound Math Science program live and go to school in Chelsea.

    If you haven’t already, please consider going on to the link at the end of the article to donate to the One Chelsea Fund to support the great work featured in this article.

  2. This exemplifies science serving the public interest under the most difficult conditions, a public health catastrophe. Thank you to Dr. Scammell and Roseann Bongiovanni & BU SPH colleagues for your incredible work for Chelsea.

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