Please note that in response to the COVID-19 pandemic situation, many meetings and conferences have been postponed or are taking place virtually. Some locations have resumed limited in-person meetings which comply with local public health instructions for social distancing. Participants will receive detailed information about attending the meeting from the organizer.

The GMI11 meeting is a Technical Meeting on the impact of Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) on Global Health and Microbiology within a One Health Framework and is being organised by WHO and the GMI Steering Committee.

CICG (MAP HERE)
Rue de Varembé 17, 1211 Geneva
Starts May 16, 2018 08:00
Ends May 18, 2018 18:00
Europe/Zurich
How to get to CICG - By Public Transports CICG profits from a privileged situation in the immediate proximity of the Place des Nations, of main International Organisations and permanent missions based in Geneva. The access is facilitated by good public transport services. The CICG is situated only 5 km away from the international airport and from Cornavin train station. Public transport from Cornavin station : Bus n°5 : Bus stop "Vermont" Bus n°8 : Bus stop "UIT" Tramway n°15 : Stop "Nations" Public transport from the international airport : Bus n°5 : Bus stop "Vermont" Bus n°28 : Bus stop "Nations " - By Taxi Most Geneva taxi drivers know the CICG building. There are taxi stands located at almost all main squares in Geneva. The receptionist at the WHO main reception desk can request taxis or a taxi can be called by telephone by dialing the following numbers: +4122 33 141 33. By taxi, it takes about ten minutes to get to WHO from the airport (25-30 CHF) or from the railway station (20 CHF). A taxi to the center of town costs 35-50 CHF, depending on the route and precise location.