According to an extreme report by world leaders and the World Health Organization on the response to the epidemic, the outbreak of China’s Covid-19 in 2020 could have stopped a final and cooperative international response.
Expert reviews by Separate panels for epidemic preparation and responseCommissioned by the WHO, it sets curricula for future epidemic prevention and makes dozens of recommendations for reform.
These include a new agreement to form a Global Health Threat Council, the WHO’s ability to further monitor the investigation and disclosure of disease outbreaks without government approval, and new funding that could cost মহ 5 billion for an international epidemic financing facility (IPFF). Funds included. – বিল 10 billion a year in preparation and 50bn- in short notice in health emergencies. Call 100bn.
“The panel is proposing a fundamental transformation designed to ensure the highest level of commitment in a new system. . . On the basis of which citizens can rely on them to keep them safe and healthy, “said Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand and Ellen Johnson Serleef, former President of Liberia.
The review does not examine the source of the virus, Stork-Cove-2, because of course-19. But it is a great relief for the Chuan authorities and the WHO to acknowledge that the virus spread among the people of Ohan and then criticize the world for warning about human transmission.
“A precaution should be taken from the outset for the future, acknowledging that respiratory disease can spread from one person to another unless otherwise established,” the report said.
The panel is dealing strictly with international health regulations, which are the only legal obligation for disease outbreaks. “As currently built [they] It is harder to see that it is realistic for epidemics in our highly interconnected age to discourage IHR restrictions when it comes to travel, “the report said.
“If travel restrictions had been imposed faster and more widely, it could have been a serious obstacle to the rapid spread of the virus,” Clark said in a press briefing before the review was released. “We need to understand that we are living in the twenty-first century, not in the Middle Ages.”
The panel criticized the WHO for not declaring Covid a public health emergency of international concern until January 30. On March 11, it was officially declared an epidemic.
But harsh criticism was directed at “wasting February 2020” through inactivity in rich countries in Europe and North America – leading to “lost months” when many more countries could take steps to control the spread of stork-cove-2 and forest water to global health, social and “It’s an economic catastrophe that has continued.”
Clark said the seriousness of the summary was finally acknowledged in March 2020, when “there was an insane scramble for PPE, therapeutics and other equipment”. “It was further exacerbated by the lack of global leadership.”
To lead the future, the panel called on world heads of government to form a Global Health Threats Council and an epidemic framework convention to provide a stronger legal basis for action. It recommends that these be at a global summit, a special session of the UN General Assembly that should be convened later this year.
The Council will fund IPFF to develop instant and response capabilities, with a global platform capable of providing vaccines, diagnostics, drugs and supplies to deliver a global product to a “fast and efficient global – market model.” The panel says the facility should be ready to distribute up to 100 100 billion as another epidemic in a short notice, the panel said.
The review also called for funding and financial strengthening of WHO authorities. These include increasing fees paid by member countries; “Depoliticizing recruitment (especially at the senior level) to comply with eligibility and relevant competency criteria”; Improving the performance of its board – which the panel said failed to function as an executive during the epidemic – and appointing a director general for a single seven-year term instead of the current renewable five-year term.
Panel members are talking to heads of government to ensure action is taken. “Storage room shelves in the United Nations and national capitals are full of reports and reviews of previous health crises,” Sirleaf said. “If they had been careful, we would have avoided the catastrophe we are experiencing today. This time must be different. ”