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URC - Coronavirus Response
With the outbreak of COVID-19, URC has been carefully considering the impact of the virus on our staff and operations and implementing preventative measures and travel controls to ensure the safety of staff and those we work with. The well-being of our employees and their families and loved ones has been, and continues to be, a priority.
For fifty years URC has provided innovative, evidence-based solutions to health and social challenges worldwide. Our work in support of disease prevention, detection, response, and surveillance is more important than ever and we are intent on our mission.
Our experience with other emergency epidemics, including Zika and Ebola, has made clear their unpredictable nature, their direct impact on human health, and their broader environmental, economic, and societal impacts. These public health emergencies will continue to require our ongoing and sustained attention and response.