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ASPHER is the key independent European organisation dedicated to strengthening the role of public health by improving education and training of public health professionals for both practice and research.
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22 Dec 2020
  In many ways it is a relief to reach the end of this long and difficult year as we turn to the hope of better days to come. However, it has also been an inspiration to the ASPHER Secretariat to see our Members and the Public Health community pull...
17 Nov 2020

ASPHER Secretariat hopes everyone in our Membership is well. This newsletter will find its way to you at a time when many European countries and beyond face various forms of lockdown to contain successive waves of COVID-19.
The November edition...

COVID-19 Situation Reporting across Europe

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the rapid spread of the SARS-CoV-2 in almost all countries has resulted in considerable disruption of public health at a global level. The pandemic has curbed thousands of lives up to the moment, and the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases as of the end of January 2021 has surpassed 98 million with the highest number in the Americas (43 456 972) followed by Europe (32 848 998) and South-East Asia region (12 656 504) according to the WHO epidemiological report.

It is important to raise awareness of developments across the countries of the European Region. The ASPHER COVID-19 Task Force and ASPHER Young Professionals are now producing weekly COVID-19 Situation Reporting across Europe.

New updates will be added each week on Friday. 

Report for the week of 15 February 2021 (with special focus on Czechia)

Report for the week of 8 February 2021

Report for the week of 25 January 2021 (with special focus on Portugal)