In December 2019, a cluster of patients with pneumonia of unknown cause appeared in Wuhan, Hubei. Governments at all levels and Department of Health Administration highly valued and rapidly organized the centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), medical institutions, and scientific research academies to conduct a survey, rescue, and collaborative research. This new antigen was quickly identified as a novel coronavirus, named as 2019-nCoV by World Health Organization (WHO). Meanwhile, the pneumonia caused by it was named as novel coronavirus pneumonia. Implementing the decisions by the CPC Central Committee and State Council with Xi at the core, the whole country took comprehensive actions in social mobilization and deployment, taking epidemic control a most important work in the immediate future. The spread of the epidemic has been effectively controlled. However, novel coronavirus has spread to the whole world thereafter, so it called for closer international cooperation in epidemic prevention and control. Based on this situation, it was urgent to set a new MOOC program about COVID-19 and impart scientific knowledge of the disease to foreign students, undergraduate students, and all the other common people abroad, laying a solid foundation for the triumph of the war against COVID-19.
Lecture Series for Preventing and Controlling COVID-19Xi'an Jiaotong University
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TOP REVIEWS FROM LECTURE SERIES FOR PREVENTING AND CONTROLLING COVID-19
lectures were informative though there were topics that are self explanatory ,where in each one of us should have known since the start of this pandemic .I learned a lot from this course.
A lot of work and effort put into the comprehensive course by academic staff
I am learning in this Session for preventing and controlling Covid-19 Pandemic for different levels.
After completion of course i didn't receive a certificate why???
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