Presentation of the results of RESTART-19 study on the transmission risk of Covid-19 at major sporting, cultural eve
Concerts, shows, sporting events: What conditions need to be in place before arena events with an audience can take place again? What are the challenges facing the organizers of these concert and sporting events? And what requirements must each individual meet in order to attend such events? Vast amounts of data were collected in August during an experiment held in the Quarterback Immobilien Arena in Leipzig as part of the research project RESTART-19.
“Thanks to the active participation and enormous support of the participants, we have now been able to develop a mathematical model that shows which measures should be implemented at major events to minimize the risk of infection with Covid-19,” explains Dr. Stefan Moritz, study leader of the RESTART-19 project at University Medicine Halle (Saale).
We would like to present to you the results of the project and invite you to a press briefing:
Thursday, October 29, 2020, 10 am to 12 pm
Universitätsklinikum Halle (Saale)
Hörsaalgebäude (Funktionsgebäude 6), HS 3/4
Please register to personally participate in the press conference by sending the following information by e-mail to email@example.com “First name, last name; e-mail & medium” no later than October 26, 2020. The press briefing will also be broadcast live on the YouTube channel of University Medicine Halle (Saale): https://www.youtube.com/user/UniMedHal
The cross-state project “RESTART-19” of University Medicine Halle (Saale) is supported by the Ministry of Economics, Science and Digitization of the State of Saxony-Anhalt, as well as the State Ministry of Science, Culture and Tourism and the State Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Cohesion of the Free State of Saxony. Project partners are SC DHfK Leipzig Handball and ZSL Betreibergesellschaft mbH.