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COVID-19 Pandemic Post-Mortem

April 1 @ 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT


“COVID-19 Pandemic Post-Mortem”

By: Phil Youngblood


It has been three years now since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic.

The pandemic is not over, but it more infrequently makes headlines. It is time to revisit this global phenomenon so we can learn from it and are better able to prepare for the next one.


In this presentation, I will examine what has happened over the last three years in terms of:

Diseases and How They Spread

—What is a pathogen?

—How do we get infected?

—How does a disease run its course from the standpoint of the individual and society?


Past Pandemics

—What makes a disease endemic, epidemic, or pandemic?

—What pandemics have humans suffered through?

—How does this pandemic compare to others in the past?

—How does a pandemic end?


COVID-19 Pandemic Timeline

—How has this pandemic played out over the last three years?

—What did the pandemic look like in different countries, regions, and worldwide?

—How will this pandemic end?


SARS-Co-V-2 Variants

—What were the different strains of the COVID-19 coronavirus?

—How did theses mutations affect the way the pandemic has played out?


Pandemic Behavior

—What kinds of strategies have nations and individuals tried to combat the disease and its spread?

—How have the social components of this pandemic affected its course and outcome?

—What is the purpose of vaccination and how have vaccinations affected the course of the pandemic?


Come join us for this presentation, both to learn and to share your experiences and thoughts about it.  


April 1
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT




Chantal Jager

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