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FREE Webinar: COVID 19, what Ag Producers Need to Know

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FREE Webinar: COVID 19, what Ag Producers Need to Know

Time: March 23, 2020 from 12pm to 1:15pm
Location: AgriSafe Network
Street: 8342 NICC Dr., Peosta,
City/Town: IA 52068
Website or Map: http://www.agrisafe.org
Phone: 1-866-312-3002
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: AgriSafe Network
Latest Activity: Mar 19

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Event Description

This March 23 webinar pulls together experts in Infectious Disease Aerobiology, Zoonotic Disease, Infectious Disease Surveillance, Community Health, etc., all geared to an ag audience.


Summary:

Coronavirus has gained attention worldwide as an emerging infectious disease. This webinar is intended to share evidence-based information about COVID19 and to help agricultural producers identify strategies for responding on their farm.

Intended Audience:

Agricultural producers, ranchers, farmers, farmworkers, veterinarians, Extension personnel, rural health care providers, and others who work in agriculture.

Objectives:

At the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Be aware of common signs and symptoms of COVID-19
  • Understand the transmission risk to yourself, employees, and potentially your animals
  • Describe infection control principles and appropriate strategies for limiting disease transmission
  • Locate resources and training for Ag producers related to infection prevention
  • If you cannot attend the live event, a recording of this webinar will be available in the AgriSafe Learning Lab shortly after the event is over.

To register for this webinar, please click on the 'register here' box below.

Registration will take place in the AgriSafe Learning Lab. If you are not currently an AgriSafe member, you can still register after setting up a guest account.


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