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COVID-19 situation


This news section contains articles regarding the COVID-19 situation and about actions being taken by Alzheimer Europe's members and other organisations across Europe and beyond, to ensure continuity and connectedness during these challenging times. 

27/01/2021 INTERDEM holds meeting of the task force on technology use during the pandemic
21/01/2021 Alzheimer Slovenia organises online workshops and Alzheimer Cafes to ensure continued support for people with dementia and their families during COVID-19 pandemic
15/01/2021 Scientific seminar on COVID-19 and physical exercise held by Panhellenic Federation of Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders
05/01/2021 US Alzheimer's Association launches the CNS SARS-CoV-2 Consortium, to study the long-term neurological consequences of COVID-19
21/12/2020 The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on people with MCI/Dementia and their carers in Athens Greece
18/12/2020 Alzheimer Nederland examines impact of corona crisis on home carers of people with dementia
18/12/2020 Spominčica – Alzheimer Slovenia performs several activities to support people with dementia in maintaining their cognitive and social abilities
11/12/2020 “Does father get a shot against coronavirus?” ethical considerations for vaccinations in the residential care setting
26/11/2020 Spominčica adapts its activities in the time of COVID-19
25/11/2020 Alzheimer associations across Greece continue to adapt services as country faces second lockdown
16/11/2020 EMA hosts an update meeting with its PCWP & HCPWP on the COVID-19 pandemic
16/11/2020 Federazione Alzheimer Italia videos aim to help with various aspects of the impact of COVID on people with dementia and carers
01/11/2020 Worst hit: UK Alzheimer’s Society publishes a new report on the impact of COVID-19 on people with dementia
01/11/2020 Istituto Superiore di Sanità publishes interim guidance on supporting people with dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic
01/11/2020 English National Health Service publishes a guide to dementia wellbeing in the COVID-19 pandemic