30 Jul 2021, Friday
08:30 Mumbai | 10:00 Bangkok | 11:00 Singapore

Who should attend: HR, General Management, BCP, Health & Safety, Travel
About the webinar

What do you need to know about the recent rollercoaster of COVID-19 case trends in Asia? How can your organisation be prepared to keep your workforce as safe and healthy as possible?

Join these health experts as they share the latest on the following:

  • Snapshot of the COVID-19 situation & vaccination rollout around the world with a focus on Asia
  • Vaccination, Boosters, Variants & Testing: What these mean for organisations
  • Q&A (Feel free to pre-submit your questions for our experts when you register)

We look forward to seeing you online!

Dr Wong Sin Yew 
Infectious Disease Physician
Infectious Disease Specialists Group   
Dr Wong is an infectious disease physician and has been in private practice for more than 20 years. Dr Wong helps to manage the Infectious Disease Specialists Group. He was previously Head, Department of Infectious Diseases at Tan Tock Seng Hospital and Clinical Director, Communicable Disease Centre, the predecessor of the National Centre of Infectious Diseases. 

Dr David Teo
Regional Medical Director, Asia
International SOS
Dr Teo oversees International SOS’ 24/7 Assistance Centres across Asia. He has invaluable experience in medical incident management, and develops medical emergency response plans for our clients in the region, conducts medical training, medical audits, and evaluation of on-site medical capabilities. Prior to International SOS, Dr Teo was the Chief Army Medical Officer of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), holding the military rank of a Colonel.
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