WHO Global Health Histories Webinar 100 -- "Aedes aegypti": Old and New Sanitary Emergencies -- 2 December 2016

UPCOMING EVENT -- THIS WEEK -- FRIDAY --
 
Reposted from H-Sci-Med-Tech
 
by Alexander Medcalf

You are warmly invited to the next World Health Organization Global Health Histories online webinar "Aedes aegypti": Old and New Sanitary Emergencies,” on Friday 2 December

WHO Global Health Histories Webinar 100 – "Aedes aegypti": Old and New Sanitary Emergencies - 2 December 2016

You are warmly invited to the next World Health Organization Global Health Histories online webinar "Aedes aegypti": Old and New Sanitary Emergencies,” on Friday 2 December 2016 (10:00am-12.30pm BRT). Speaking at this seminar are Dr José Moya (OPAS, Venezuela), Dr Monica Garcia (Universidad del Rosario, Colombia), and Dr Marcos Cueto (COC, Fiocruz).

*Please note the time difference between your location and the venue.*

Change in Zika's status is an opportunity to learn from past infectious outbreaks

Last week, the World Health Organization declared that Zika virus is no longer a global public health emergency. While last year’s outbreaks and Zika’s rapid spread to new areas prompted “urgent and coordinated” research and action under International Health Regulations, authorities have agreed to transition to a more sustained response to address the continued threat of Zika.

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