Ready Next Time? Preparing for Another Pandemic
Scientists and policymakers all agree that another pandemic is inevitable—and that we are still not prepared. Whether it is a COVID mutation, a bird flu, or something entirely unforeseen, the extent of the dangers we will face depends on public health, clinical capacity, the lethality of a new virus, and the ease of its transmission. Early warning systems and an equitable supply chain can reduce the risks, but the politicalization of science will likely make it harder to shut down the economy or influence individual behavior in the future. How do we overhaul current systems and keep people safe?
Barbara MahonActing Director of the Coronavirus and Other Respiratory Viruses Divis...
Nicholas St. FleurScience Reporter and Host of "Color Code" Podcast at STAT
Jonna MazetVice Provost - Grand Challenges at University of California, Davis
Jane TrueVice President, mRNA Commercial Strategy and Innovation at Pfizer
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