Covid19: Variants And Waves, Where Are We Heading?


1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
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Covid19: Variants And Waves, Where Are We Heading?
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Wednesday, 24 August
120 minutes
English
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The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a drastic human toll, and the economic and social impacts of the pandemic are reverberating globally. In the past years the virus has become more and more contagious and has learned to evade the increasing level of immunity in the human population. In many respects, the Covid-19 pandemic is reminiscent of the great influenza pandemics of the past, from which we can learn, where we may be heading with the current pandemic. In the past years the virus has become more and more contagious and has learned to evade the increasing level of immunity in the human population. In many respects, the Covid-19 pandemic is reminiscent of the great influenza pandemics of the past, from which we can learn, where we may be heading with the current pandemic.

Supported by Vienna Medical Chamber
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Speaker

Dorothee Von Laer

Professor and Head of the Institute of Virology at the Medical University of Innsbruck Medizinische Universität Innsbruck
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Moderator

Steven Chaid

Event Moderator, Radio & TV Presenter, Media Trainer
Speaker

Herwig Ostermann