26 FEBRUARY 2021
11:00 (Abuja) | 10:00 (London) | 12:00 (Johannesburg)
Nigeria was the first Sub-Saharan African country where COVID-19 was detected on 26th February 2020. This  discovery was made by one of International SOS' Medical Officer on a client's site.

One year later, Nigeria like the rest of the world is still facing the pandemic with the hope that recent developments in vaccination will help to stop the virus.

Join our regional health and security experts as they review the COVID-19 situation in Nigeria. They will share their on-the-ground experience of how the COVID-19 situation is evolving in Nigeria.

  • Situation update: COVID-19 in Nigeria
  • COVID-19 vaccines and related considerations
  • Security situation around vaccination
  • How can International SOS help your organisation

Dr Raymond Ruthvin
Regional Medical Director - Nigeria

Elisa Bremand
Security Manager West Africa

Following the presentation from the speakers, there will be a live Q&A session. Be sure to submit your questions when registering to ensure the best chance of them being addressed during the webinar.

*Please register even if you cannot attend, all registrants will receive a copy of the webinar recording.