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ESAR RCCE Media Dialogues: Monkeypox – What Journalists Need to Know

Zoom Call Dallas

On 23 July 2022, WHO’s Director-General determined that the multi-country outbreak of Monkeypox constitutes a public health emergency of international concern. As of August 10, more than 80 countries where Monkeypox is not endemic had reported outbreaks of the viral disease, as confirmed cases crossed 31,400 and non-endemic countries reported their first deaths. For journalists,… Read More »ESAR RCCE Media Dialogues: Monkeypox – What Journalists Need to Know

ESAR RCCE Media Dialogue: What You Need to Know – COVID and Older People

Zoom Call Dallas

Recording link: https://youtu.be/faULFSJSDPU Older people are at higher risk of serious Covid illness and their odds of survival are the lowest. Many have lost their livelihoods and can’t buy the food or medicine they need to survive. The pandemic has also exposed ageism like never before. Older people have been separated and isolated, portrayed as… Read More »ESAR RCCE Media Dialogue: What You Need to Know – COVID and Older People

ESAR RCCE Media Dialogues: It’s not over – COVID-19 in East and Southern Africa

Zoom Call Dallas

Recording link: https://youtu.be/8lNUaT978GY Salim Abdool Karim, South African clinical infectious diseases epidemiologist in public health medicine, widely recognized for scientific and leadership contributions in HIV/AIDS and COVID-19, discussed the current upsurge in COVID-19 cases in South Africa, what that means for the rest of the East and Southern Africa region, and why this is not… Read More »ESAR RCCE Media Dialogues: It’s not over – COVID-19 in East and Southern Africa