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WHO

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Pandemic preparedness in a Covid-19 era

Topic 

 

Topic Abstract

As the present Covid-19 crisis has grimly shown to the world, the emerging presence of epidemiological threats is and will continue to be a matter of preparedness. As Brookings investigator Disparte writes: “Covid-19 proved how ill-prepared we were — it is not too early to draw lessons from this lack of preparation and global coordination.” (2021). Thereon, it is the responsibility of the members of the World Health Organization to spark a debate upon the dire effects that mishandling readiness may provoke. Contemplating the multiple factors that have surged in light of present and past pandemics will be crucial, as the forthcoming communicable diseases daunt the possibility of another public health emergency.

Background paper

COUNTRY

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Chile

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China

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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

The Dais

Rogelio V. Tato

CONFERENCE OFFICER

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Andrea Sanabria

PRESIDENT

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Pedro Vazquez

MODERATOR 

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