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Covid-19 has brought the world to a standstill. As countries worldwide race to find a vaccine and struggle to prevent the next wave of disease, there are lessons to be learned from how the global community has tackled past outbreaks. What can we learn from historic pandemics and how should this guide future public health policy?
Join the New Statesman’s Editor-in-Chief Jason Cowley and regular NS contributors Dr Phil Whitaker, author of the "Health Matters" column, Professor of Biochemical Parasitology Michael Barrett, and science journalist and author Laura Spinney for a panel discussion and live Q&A exploring the past, present and future of pandemics.
Register here to tune into this online event at 12pm on Thursday 7 May, and receive joining information closer to the date. Spaces are available on a first come, first serve basis.