@maxk and others organising training,
Are you analysing the participants in various academies in terms of their origin and the risk / interventions related to COVID-19?
I have several reasons for raising the issue:
Similar conferences etc are being cancelled left right and centre…
The quarantine rules followed by each country changes every day depending on which countries are seen as new hotspots, so participants in international events do risk arriving at the airport and then being sent off for 14 days quarantine - not a very nice experience…
And then there’s the risk that one or more participants do carry the virus and end up transmitting it to other participants. Since the training sessions typically are around 4-7 days, it’s just enough time for somebody to arrive without symptoms, become symptomatic/infectious during the course, and infect others who again will be going back to their home countries without symptoms during their travel home.
Maybe less important, but transmission during a health information training event might end up being an embarrassment…