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I attended Dr David Nabarro’s debrief session of 18 June from Bangalore, India. As an admirer of str...
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The state of the Pandemic: where the virus is, what impact it has, and how that can be tackled By Dr...
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By Dr Carlos Madrigal- Iberri After a deep, thoughtful and intelligent meeting, here are my insights...
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In the face of uncertainty, complexity means fragility. Because uncertainty cannot be controlled, the only option we have is to manage complexity.
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A Narrative by Dr David Nabarro and Joe Colombano, originally published by the Inter Press Service News Agency. When the COVID-19 virus travelled from Wuhan, China halfway across the world through Europe, the Americas and beyond in the space of a few weeks, it gave us proof, if one was ever needed, of how tightly interconnected we all are. Not only are our globalized economies interdepended, but also we ourselves are one with the environment around us, and with one another…
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Across the world, the nations that are getting ahead of the virus know that economies and societies can thrive if they implement comprehensive action to keep it at bay. Yet, not all the nations represented at the Assembly are implementing the COVID-19 containment policies that have been continuously advocated by the World Health Organization (WHO) since late January 2020.“ – Dr David Nabarro
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These ten learning points come at a time when many complex decisions are being made by leaders at global, national and community level. Each decision hmust balance social and economic consequences whilst putting public health first.
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“There is an enormous amount of learning underway but it may take months to resolve some of the unknowns about the pattern of spread and effectiveness of alternative suppression strategies. And we should not assume that the virus will go on behaving as it does now.” – Dr David Nabarro
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Narrative Twenty stresses that now is the time to prepare for COVID-ready workplaces – workplaces will be ahead if they are already consider how to adapt and recognise issues like physical distancing and managing leave for those who feel ill.
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My emphasis in this message is for the need for all communities quickly to become alert and ready for COVID. This is because the virus is going to remain in our midst for the foreseeable future. I do not think it will disappear any time soon. – Dr David Nabarro