COVID-19

The vaccines dilemma and discourses in Indonesia

Crawford School of Public Policy

Event details

Seminar

Date & time

Wednesday 24 February 2021
1.00pm–2.30pm

Venue

Online

Speaker

Ines Atmosukarto (ANU/Lipotek) and I Nyoman Sutarsa (ANU)

Contacts

ANU Indonesia Project

While the development of COVID-19 vaccines have shown promising results, new challenges arise, including the politics of distribution, storing technology, and institutional mechanism. In this webinar, Ines Atmosukarto (ANU) will talk about the importance of the various vaccine technologies and address differences in efficacy. Next, I Nyoman Sutarsa will examine Indonesia’s preparedness in terms of the public health system and what tradeoffs it faces in dealing with vaccinations.

Mailing list and enquiries: indonesia.project@anu.edu.au.

Please update your Zoom name and institution upon entering the webinar.

Thank you to those who have attended our previous Global Seminars. For those who would like to access our previous events, recordings and presentation materials of the recent events are now available. Zoom-casts and presentation materials from the Global Seminar Series on Covid-19 are available from www.covid19Indonesia.net.

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