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AT&T released findings from a University of Georgia research effort on March 25, where studies of Athens-Clarke County found that Black, Hispanic and low-income communities had 38% to 185% higher flood risk compared to the average risk. 

COVID-19 has forced University of Georgia researchers to stop much of their work, including animal research. Now that the pandemic has somewhat stabilized, researchers need to create a plan to humanely care for their animals in case of a second wave of COVID-19.