Who launched the strategic preparation and response plan for the new coronavirus epidemic

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 Who launched the strategic preparation and response plan for the new coronavirus epidemic


(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});)) (); at a press conference held on the same day, who director general Tan Desai announced the launch of strategic preparation and response plan to provide support for countries in the prevention, detection and diagnosis of new coronavirus transmission. Mr. tandesay said the program needs about $675 million in funding over the next three months. Who plans to spend $61.5 million of that money on the agencys response to the outbreak, while the rest will go to countries with high risk of prevention and control or in need of help. According to who, the program will focus on curbing the further spread of new coronavirus through the rapid establishment of international cooperation and technical support, the improvement of national control level, and the acceleration of key research and development and innovation, especially for those countries that may need to support the most vulnerable health system in the outbreak. In addition, the program will help to identify, isolate and care for patients as early as possible, exchange key information, accelerate research and development in diagnosis, treatment and vaccine, and reduce social and economic negative impacts. On April 4, Tan Desai called on relevant countries to seize the window period of epidemic prevention and control, and urged the public and private sectors to strengthen cooperation and devote themselves to the research and development of diagnosis and treatment methods, drugs and vaccines. Source: editor in charge of Xinhuanet: Liu yuxin_b12060

At a press conference held on the same day, who director general Tan Desai announced the launch of the strategic preparedness and response plan to provide support for countries in the prevention, detection and diagnosis of new coronavirus transmission. Mr. tandesay said the program needs about $675 million in funding over the next three months. Who plans to spend $61.5 million of that money on the agencys response to the outbreak, while the rest will go to countries with high risk of prevention and control or in need of help.

On April 4, Tan Desai called on relevant countries to seize the window period of epidemic prevention and control, and urged the public and private sectors to strengthen cooperation and devote themselves to the research and development of diagnosis and treatment methods, drugs and vaccines.