Webinar: West Nile virus and Usutu virus infections in the European Union: the public health and animal health challenges
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) kindly invite you to join a webinar on West Nile virus and Usutu virus infections among humans and animals, with a focus on the situation in the European Union.
Date and time: Friday 25 February 2022 – 09.30-12.30 CET
The webinar is organised by experts from the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie and the Padova University Hospital, Italy.
Through a series of presentations, renowned experts will tackle topics such as surveillance, prevention, diagnosis and blood safety in the European Union. A detailed agenda will be provided one week prior the webinar.
The webinar will be open to anyone interested in attending, and will take place via WebEx.
In order to ensure a smooth arrival to the WebEx meeting room we encourage you to connect in advance; the meeting will open from 09.00.
The connection details are provided below:
Join by computer/tablet/smartphone
To join the meeting on computer, tablet, or smartphone, please follow this link:
1. Fill in your full name and if possible, organisation
2. If asked, fill in the meeting password: ECDC
Join by phone (audio only)
To join the meeting using phone, dial this number 0046 85 199 2509 (Sweden Toll)
Or find your local toll number from this link: Available call-in numbers
Wait for 5 seconds or until instructed.
Then dial the meeting number: 2554 902 0151 ##
Join by video conference system
If you join by video conference system dial firstname.lastname@example.org
Dial the password for the meeting: 3232#
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