November 25, 2022

Learning from the past: The World Bank evaluates its early COVID responses in a new study


By *Richard Seifman, JD, MBA – November 25, 2022 in HealthPolitics & Foreign Affairs

As a global community, we have gone through and continue to deal with COVID, an infectious disease that resulted from a spillover from the animal world and should, in all logic, require a One Health approach. Covid has killed millions, made many more millions sick, and had a devastating effect on the social fabric, and economies.

For developing countries, it has been particularly harmful. COVID is not gone yet, and China, as case numbers are on the rise again, continues its zero-COVID policy despite the social unrest it creates.  …”


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