MADISON (WKOW) -- It's been a year since the first coronavirus case was recorded in the U.S. Since that day, the virus has spread rapidly, infecting millions of people and changing just about everything we do.
This week, a panel of experts from UW School of Medicine and Public Health are gathering to talk about what they've learned since the beginning of the pandemic.
Dr. Ajay Sethi, an infectious diseases expert at UW, joined the Wake Up Wisconsin team to talk about the discussion.
"Reflection is just a really important part of learning," he said.
The conversation is open to the public and will be streamed on the school's Facebook page.
"We get bombarded with so much information and 2020 certainly was filled with that. This is an opportunity for the public to sort of hear concisely what top experts think about the pandemic and where we're going to go from here," said Dr. Sethi.
The event is happening Wednesday, Jan. 27 from 4 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. You can RSVP and submit a question beforehand by clicking HERE.