14th International Rotavirus Symposium

August 25, 2020 - August 27, 2020

The 14th International Rotavirus Symposium will be held 25-27 August, 2020 in New Delhi, India at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. It will bring together interested stakeholders to provide an update on new data and relevant research that will inform public health agendas related to prevention of rotavirus gastroenteritis.

Planned sessions include:

  • Global Burden of Rotavirus Disease
  • Global Impact & Safety of Rotavirus Vaccines
  • Burden of Rotavirus Disease and Impact in Asia
  • Advances in Rotavirus Immunology & Virology
  • Current Rotavirus Vaccines in Routine Immunization
  • Innovative Vaccine Approaches for Rotavirus
  • Innovative Approaches to Increase Impact
  • Vaccine Economics & Financing
  • Barriers and Enablers to Rotavirus Vaccine Introduction
  • Remaining Programmatic Challenges for the Implementation of Rotavirus Vaccines

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