Mott MacDonald - COVID-19: what next? What will affect the course of the pandemic in 2021?

23 Mar
Tuesday 23rd March 2021


Join our infectious disease specialists as they talk through the variables that can affect the course of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021.

Simon Harrison, Group strategic development director will host a session with our health experts. Dr Javier Martinez, senior public health specialist and Chelsea Stefanska, infectious disease epidemiologist will discuss:

  • What factors will affect the course of the pandemic
  • What does this mean for us as individuals, our projects, and our businesses?
  • How can this help us to understand the uncertainty and to manage risk?
  • What are the associated challenges and opportunities?

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