Professor Luke O’Neill – COVID19: an Update
11am – 12 noon - Tuesday 10th NovemberOctober 9, 2020 1:48 pm Leave your thoughts
Secondary Schools invitation only event
COVID19 is the biggest pandemic to hit the world in 100 years. Since the SARS-CoV2 virus was reported earlier this year we have learnt a huge amount about how it infects us, how our immune systems deals with it and the unfortunate consequences of infection for many. So where are we in our understanding of COVID19 and what does the future hold for vaccines and therapies? We are still in the middle of this pandemic and there are many uncertainties as to what will happen next. Science however is the way out of this and we must hope for the best in the coming months.
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As explained below:
- for one class with one screen, this is one booking
- For 2 separate classes on 2 separate screens, this is 2 bookings etc.
- For each individual student to view on own screens, then this is the number of students.
(please let us know student numbers for 1 single screen as this is good for our records)
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