WHO sets priorities to contain COVID-19 WHO sets priorities to contain COVID-19Medical staff resort to tent as offices at the epicenter of the outbreak. A health system stretched past its limit, while a continent away the best minds and infectious disease are working on a Mobile plan. As we speak, research groups are meeting with the leading research funders. To start work immediately on the most pressing questions, one priority, picking up best bet for a vaccine to treat now called covid 19, and it’s likely that they will be one or two that can go into human trials in about three to four months from now.
Is that itself, with David rapid progress, but not rapid enough for those with debilitating symptoms priorities for millions and what her agency calls rapid research? She says Chinese delegates stressed how they’re desperate for help. How do we stop continues to receive praise from The Who for its handling of the outbreak, with no mention of it sometimes heavy-handed approach to quarantine? This lawyer from Canada tried to raise the topic of Human Rights and I’m sure that at the road there’s probably a certain calculus happening right now around how much critique can be given to China without disengaging them from the process.
Even with all this, the who is managing another emergency II Ebola outbreak in Africa. It’S killed twice as many people as covid 19.The World Health Organization has made finding a vaccine one of its priorities for containing the spread of COVID-19.
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