In the programme, Dr Nicholas Thomas, Associate Professor from City University’s Department of Asian and International Studies, talked about how different countries in Asia and Europe are handling the COVID-19 situation.
Knowledge on the epidemiological features and transmission patterns of COVID-19 is accumulating. Detailed line-list data with household settings can advance the understanding of COVID-19 transmission dynamics.
Date 26 February 2021 (Friday) Time 8pm (HKT) / 12nn (GMT) / 7am (EST) Format Conducted via Zoom Register Click here to register. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. Topics & Speakers 1) China’s Public Health Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak, Huang Yanzhong (Council on Foreign Relations, USA) 2) COVID-19 and China’s Belt and Road Diplomacy in Eurasia, Elizabeth Wishnick (Montclair University, USA) 3) The Securitization of COVID-19 and The Myth of the Authoritarian Advantage in Infectious Disease Control, Catherine Yuk-ping Lo (University College Maastricht, Netherlands) 4) COVID19: A Lens into the Past and Future of Health Security in Africa, Anne Roemer-Mahler (University of Sussex, UK) | Lewis Husain (Institute of Development Studies, UK) Adamu Addissie (Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia) | Yisambi Mwanshemele (EngenderHealth, Tanzania) Enquiries +852-3442-2849 / OH.firstname.lastname@example.org Click here for Event Poster
Dr Ben LI Kin-kit and his collaborators conducted a study to investigate Hong Kong nurses’ influenza vaccine uptake rate, their intention to have COVID-19 vaccine and the psychological underpinnings of their vaccine hesitancy.
A research team led by Professor Christine HUANG Yihui, Chair Professor of Communication and Media, conducted a poll to find out citizens’ willingness to get vaccinated and any correlation between their tendencies and backgrounds.