Webinar Series COVID-19


CSS insurance


webinar series

Project status
Capacity building

SAFOSO organized a series of Webinars aboutCOVID-19 and SARS-CoV-2 for the insurance company CSS.

In a four-part webinar series, information on SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 was explained in a comprehensible manner. The aim of the webinar series was to give CSS staff an overview of the current situation and further development of the pandemic. The underlying facts were explained in order to enable them to classify the wealth of information. The goal of this webinar series is to gain a better understanding of current events and critically assess information from various sources, allowing participants to form their own well-founded opinion.  

The Webinar series consists of 4 modules:

Webinar 1: The virus, that keeps us on our toes

Understand how the SARS-CoV-2 virus affects infects the host and what happens in the process. Questions on why the virus is so successful are answered.

Webinar 2: Introduction to Epidemiology and COVID-19

The epidemiological terms and data with which weare currently confronted are clarified and prioritized.

Webinar 3: Test, test, test

Get to know the different test methods for SARS-CoV-2, why testing is important, and prioritize their significance.

Webinar 4: What happens next?

Different scenarios depending on vaccine availability and the importance of different measures to slow the spread of the virus, despite declining new infections are discussed.

The trainings were given in German, French and Italian.


If you are also interested in offering the webinar series for your employees, contact us.

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