Global Thinkers: Shaping future pandemic response through COVID-19
CGTN, 22 Sep 2022
The COVID-19 outbreak has revealed deep fissures in the global pandemic response. Cooperation was absent at different points to effectively deal with the virus. As a result, the response has been severely challenged over the past three years. More than 6 million people have died. What has COVID-19 taught us? How should the world prepare for future pandemics? We are joined by scholars, practitioners and policy makers to take a closer look at the topic. Here's our panel: Wu Zhiwei, director of the Center for Public Health Research of the Medical School at Nanjing University, Prof. Wang Linfa from the Emerging Infectious Diseases Programme of the Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore, Dr Dennis Carroll, president of the Global Virome Project, Prof. Donald Milton of the Institute of Applied Environment Health of the School of Public Health of the University of Maryland, Dr Alice Hyun-Kyung Tan, internist at MizMedi Women's Hospital, and Dr Andrea Feigl, founder and CEO of the Health Finance Institute, also a former researcher at Harvard Chan School of Public Health.
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