Outbreaks of infectious disease are no longer contained to a single community. Recent outbreaks of Ebola, influenza and Zika demonstrate that the risk of a global pandemic is a reality with which healthcare workers across the world must contend.
“Unseen Enemy,” a new documentary sponsored by Johnson & Johnson premiering April 7 on CNN, explores the imminent threat of infectious disease in an increasingly-connected world. The film shares the deeply personal stories of families and healthcare workers impacted by Ebola, Zika and influenza. “Unseen Enemy” also raises awareness for the importance of outbreak preparedness and prevention. Throughout the film, the documentary showcases the ways in which people can make simple daily changes to protect themselves, their families and communities from infectious disease.
Catch the world premiere of “Unseen Enemy” on April 7, 2017 at 9 p.m./12 a.m. EST on CNN and follow the online conversation with the hashtags #UnseenEnemy and #JNJ. The film can also be viewed on-demand on CNNgo starting April 8.
As a healthcare leader taking on global threats and delivering infectious disease solutions, Johnson & Johnson is proud to be the founding campaign outreach partner for this important film.
Visit www.jnj.com/progress to learn more.