* Date : 2021-06-09
Six months have passed since the world’s first COVID-19 vaccine has been administered in the UK in December of last year. Now, approximately 11 percent of the global population has received at least one dose. With clear signs of a drop in new cases globally, many countries are also attempting to return to pre-pandemic routines. We discuss what tasks lie ahead in our quest to return to normalcy with our panel of experts.
Movie theaters have been among the hardest-hit businesses amid the pandemic, with the industry losing more than two-thirds of its revenues last year, forcing many cinemas to close temporarily or shut down for good. But, those that remain open are trying many new ideas and solutions in order to survive and stay profitable in the years to come. Take a look.
- Guests In-Studio
- Dr. KIM Seung-taek, Virologist / Zoonotic Virus Lab, Institut Pasteur Korea
- Skype Interview
- Eyal Leshem, Director of Center for Travel medicine and Tropical Diseases / Israel’s Sheba Medical Center
- Dr. Pascal Crepey / Professor, EHESP (Ecole des hautes etudes en sante publique) School of Public Health
- Sen Nguyen / Contributor, South China Morning Post