"A place to eat, drink, and talk about science"

"From bats to wastewater: strengthening our global warning systems to improve detection of emerging zoonotic pathogens like COVID-19"

Linda Venczel and Troy Leader

Global Health Security, PATH

September 27, 2021, 7pm

Please Read Before Attending - COVID Precautions:
This event will take place indoors. Please do not come to this event if you are not vaccinated against COVID-19. We will limit seating and it will be on a first come first served basis. Masking will be required for this event except when actively eating or drinking.

This is our first event since Feb 2020. We want everyone to abide by the rules to determine whether we can have future events, and will base our decision on what happens at this event. While we are following all state and current scientific guidelines, attending indoor events during a pandemic is not without risk.
Please note the timing! Cafe Arta is open on Monday only for the SoT event. Events are from 7-8pm, but we will have very limited seating so arrive early. Cafe Arta opens at 6pm, and we encourage diners to order prior to 6:30pm to receive food on time and masking will be required when not actively eating. We hope to see you there!
All Science On Tap events are open to the public.
No science background is required!
For information on events at the Queen Anne Science Cafe
(no longer affiliated with Science on Tap),
go to: KCTS Events Page


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