José Antonio Vergara talking in Esperanto about the outbreak of the epidemic

José Antonio Vergara, an epidemiologist from Chile, a former member of the UEA, was interviewed by Katalin Kovats during the pandemic due to the coronary virus / coronavirus (according to José Antonio !!!).

In the interview José Antonio talks about the outbreak of the epidemic, and its rise to a global pandemic. He explains how the virus behaves, the dangers, how we can effectively protect ourselves against it and also address the various strategies that individual countries have chosen or have had to continue to fight against the virus.

It is good that with an international language borders can crossed with this very important educational initiative.
Particularly in the current crisis situation, in the face of drastic changes in many people their daily lives, for many also with difficulties of mood changes and others, to cope with  and the confusion that is likely to arise due to the circulation of misinformation about the current pandemic, everyone really needs to hear our most eminent and expert voices from all over the world.

The interviewee talks about a science department in well-understood Esperanto, clearly and simply illustrates the best-known insights into the current virus that is causing the worldwide pandemic, for some things they haven’t even heard in their native language about viruses and the current pandemic.

The film was prepared as an educational material for the Education of http://www.edukado.net and will also be accompanied by a test.

Be sure to also watch the second part of the series, where Margaret Zaleski-Zamenhof, a doctor, talks about the work and situation of doctors and their illness due to the virus. > Margaret Zaleski-Zamenho from Paris telling about the situation in France

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José Antonio Vergara, epidemiologo el Ĉilio, eksestrarano de UEA estis intervjuata de Katalin Kovats okaze de la pandemio pro la kronviruso /koronaviruso (laŭ José Antonio!!!) . En nia intervjuo José Antonio parolas pri la ekesto de la epidemio, kaj ĝia kresko ĝis tutmonda pandemio. Li klarigas kiel kondutas la viruso, kiuj estas la danĝeroj, kiel ni povas efike protekti nin kontraŭ ĝi kaj ni pritraktas ankaŭ la diversajn strategiojn, kiujn la unuopaj landoj elektis aŭ devis sekvi luktante kontraŭ la viruso. Nia intervjuato parolas pri scienca fako en bone komprenebla Esperanto rakontante aferojn, kiujn ni eĉ en nia gepatra lingvo ne aŭdis ankoraŭ pri la virusoj kaj la nuna pandemio. La filmo pretiĝis kiel kleriga materialo pro la KLERIGEJO de http://www.edukado.net kaj akompanos ĝin ankaŭ testo. Nepre spektu ankaŭ la dua parton de la serio, kie Margaret Zaleski-Zamenhof , kuracistino parolas pri la laboro kaj situacio de kuracistoj kaj pri sia malsaniĝo pro la viruso. > Margaret Zaleski-Zamenho el Parizo rakontante pri la situacio en Francio > Margaret Zaleski-Zamenho from Paris telling (in Esperanto) about the situation in France

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About Marcus Ampe

Retired dancer, choreographer, choreologist Founder of the Dance impresario office and archive: Danscontact-Dansarchief plus the Association for Bible scholars, the Lifestyle magazines "Stepping Toes" and "From Guestwriters" and creator of the site "Messiah for all". - Gepensioneerd danser, choreograaf, choreoloog. Stichter van Danscontact-Dansarchief plus van de Vereniging voor Bijbelvorsers, de Lifestyle magazines "Stepping Toes" en "From Guestwriters" en maker van de site "Messiah for all".
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