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Tue, Sep 22 - 2:30 pm

What we know (or don’t know) about the Economic Impact of COVID-19

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Category: COVID-19, Data, Economy

It’s been six months since the pandemic hit. What’s the latest news about the impact on metro Atlanta’s economy? ARC data experts Mike Alexander and Mike Carnathan – Mike & Mike – lead an interactive webinar that will explain how the region is grappling with the public health and economic crises. Topics include housing and food insecurity, small business health, consumer spending, low-income employment, and movement data.

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Tue, September 22, 2020
2:30-3:30 PM
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It’s been six months since the pandemic hit. What’s the latest news about the impact on metro Atlanta’s economy? ARC data experts Mike Alexander and Mike Carnathan – Mike & Mike – lead an interactive webinar that will explain how the region is grappling with the public health and economic crises. Topics include housing and food insecurity, small business health, consumer spending, low-income employment, and movement data.

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Mike Alexander

Mike AlexanderDirect, Center for Livable Communities, Atlanta Regional Commission

Mike Carnathan

Mike CarnathanManager, Research and Analytics, Atlanta Regional Commission

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