* Date : 2021-06-30
Despite the latest slowdown in fresh COVID-19 infections backed by a wide-range of global vaccination drive, many parts of the world are once again witnessing a resurgence of the virus. The Delta variant, which is known to be even more transmissible than the original strain as well as other mutations, now pose a fresh challenge in our fight against COVID-19. With our panel of experts, we discuss what this means for the global vaccination drive.
The prolonged virus prevention measures implemented by the South Korean government to contain the spread of COVID-19 has inflicted huge losses for the country’s self-employed. Despite an increase in overall expectation that the economy will be better off as the more people receive COVID-19 vaccines, the self-employed are still struggling to make ends meet. Against such backdrop, there are a rising number of business owners who are searching for a breakthrough by transforming their stores. We take you to such a scene.
- Guests In-Studio
- Dr. David Kwak, Clinical Assistant Professor / International Clinic, Soon Chun Hyang University Hospital
- Skype Interview
- George Arif/ Managing Director/ SPIN Productions (Jakarta, Indonesia)
- Dr. Ronit Calderon-Margalit / Epidemiologist, Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine at the Hebrew University
- Dr. Rajib Dasgupta / Chairperson of the Centre of Social Medicine and Community Health at Jawa harlal Nehru University member / member of the National AEFI Committee