New Innovations in Viral Infections

Viral Outbreaks generally are pandemic, mostly transmitted via tourists, especially air travelers. These outbreaks have a very serious and hard impact on the global economy. These impacts can be of short term and long term. These impacts sometimes are so severe that it causes about 80% financial impact globally; in the recent Ebola outbreak in 2015, the short term impact was an estimated $359 million in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia alone, which were the severe worst it countries, with the long term impact being $809 million.

Infectious diseases pose a severe threat to global population health and are majorly devastating for the tropical countries as these infectious agents can easily thrive on those climatic conditions. The ease of international travel is one of the primary cause that is liable for transmission of these infectious agents from tropical to temperate and in some cases, also to the polar zones of the world; mainly because of global warming. 

  • Major causes for Outbreak of Viral infections
  • Flu Virus
  • Ebola virus
  • Zika virus
  • Investigations in Outbreak
  • Drug development in case of outbreaks

Related Conference of New Innovations in Viral Infections

New Innovations in Viral Infections Conference Speakers