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Fauci, Others to Join Mayor for D.C.’s Annual Maternal and Infant Health Summit

Infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci will join D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser this week for the city’s third annual National Maternal and Infant Health Summit.

The four-day summit — titled “Rethinking Our Perspectives, Retooling Our Actions: A Life Course Approach to Improving Maternal and Infant Wellbeing” — kicks off Tuesday and aims to bring together activists, parents, and public officials for a discussion on “What We’ve Learned from COVID-19: The Pandemic’s Impact on Perinatal Health and Our Next Steps,” according to Bowser’s office.

Others expected to join the panels include Rep. Robin Kelly (D-Ill.) and Dr. Aletha Maybank, chief health equity officer for the American Medical Association.

Errin Haines, editor-at-Large at The 19th, will serve as moderator.

To learn more about the summit and its breakout sessions, go to dcmaternalhealth.com.

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