The emergence of SARS-CoV2 has provoked unprecedented public healthcare measures globally, confronting not only ID doctors but everyone working in public health. These healthcare providers are faced with uncertainties on how to efficiently and effectively detect, treat, and monitor infected patients. While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to progress, so does our understanding of the virus and the disease it causes. Alongside this increase in knowledge comes a rise in the number of anomalies encountered by healthcare providers.
The online meeting highlights effectively summarizes the most important new data presented at the respective conference and analyze their impact on clinical practice and the future of research and patient care.