Learn how JIP COVRIN project responded to the COVID-19 pandemic

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Q. How did the One Health EJP partners respond to the COVID-19 pandemic?​

Joint Integrative Project COVRIN was established in 2021 to address this global health threat by providing an integrated Coronavirus research network across 21 partner institutes.​

COVRIN focused on the detection of SARS-CoV2 in animal species and the environment and improved SARS-CoV2 diagnostic techniques and modelling tools beneficial for SARS-CoV2 surveillance and risk assessment. ​This work ensures better preparedness for future Coronavirus disease outbreaks.​

Overall, COVRIN has successfully provided One Health research integration on SARS-CoV-2 emergence, risk assessment and preparedness at the human-animal interface. ​
For more information about the COVRIN project outputs and outcomes, please go to our website. ​

The project was co-led by Wim van der Poel at Wageningen Bioveterinary Research and Daniel L Horton at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Surrey.



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