Hear what emergency managers have learned during the response to COVID-19 and how it’s contributed to crisis planning and preparation.
COVID-19 and influenza are both contagions with key similarities. Both are viruses (not bacteria) that first infect lung tissue.
As we begin to emerge from the horrific COVID-19 pandemic, also set to emerge soon are some trillions of periodic cicadas, offspring of the last invasion of the nasty-looking bugs in 2004.
Typical spring break revelry during a pandemic can lead to “countless more Americans getting infected as coronavirus variants threaten to outpace vaccinations.”
COVID-19 Vaccinations: To effectively and quickly vaccinate a community twice, the number of personnel should be in the 100s.
Live events came to a grinding halt due to COVID-19. Will concerts come back in 2021? Learn about business continuity innovations and processes that will be critical to improving the safety of mass gatherings.
The rules for travel continue to change during the coronavirus pandemic. Learn about one important tool to evaluate the risk of flying to other countries.
The live event industry is uniquely qualified to assist emergency managers and public health officials build and run vaccination sites. Here’s why the nation should turn to them for help defeating COVID-19.