On March 23rd, we held an international event to mark the anniversary of the first UK lockdown in 2020, with speakers from a number of countries sharing their insights on the successes and failures of suppressing the virus.
March 23rd is the anniversary of our first UK lockdown in 2020. Despite the Covid-19 death toll approaching 130,000, the Prime Minister refuses to admit that things could have been different.
Scientists, including SAGE experts, expect cases to rise once more after the end of lockdown. The alternative remains a Zero Covid strategy. Other countries have suppressed the virus. Their lockdowns lasted weeks, not on/off for a year as in this country. We can still suppress the virus and calls for a #ZeroCovid strategy continue to grow.
Join us for an international event, where speakers from a number of countries will share their insights on the successes and failures of suppressing the virus.
- Diane Abbott MP
- Professor Yaneer Bar-Yam
- Professor Walter Ricciardia
- Professor Aoife McLysaght
- Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP
The event takes place on Tuesday 23 March at 6:30pm GMT.
Register for free on Eventbrite.