In this recording of our guest speaker webinar (original event 22 January 2021) Professor Jackie Cassell, a public health specialist from the Brighton and Sussex Medical School, dicusses what the medical evidence around Covid-19 means for music groups.
Jackie, also an amateur violinist and choir singer, has a particular interest in and understanding of what the Covid-19 pandemic means for leisure-time music activity and talks about 'the science' in an accessible way.
Topics covered include:
- Transmission rates and choirs, with a focus on the causes of the Skagit County outbreak in March 2020
- Transmission rates in general, and the spread of the new variants
- Limitations of contact tracing
- Managing risk
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