קארנע וויירוס פארשפיל - איווענט 201 - פענדעמיק עקסערסייז

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קארנע וויירוס פארשפיל - איווענט 201 - פענדעמיק עקסערסייז

תגובהדורך מקבל » דינסטאג פאברואר 04, 2020 2:26 pm

בערך צוויי און א האלב חדשים פאר עס האט זיך אנגעפאנגען די קאראנע וויירוס, אום אקטאבער 18 איז אין ניו יארק פארגעקומען א פארשפיל פון א מעגליכע קאראנע וויירוס, ביי א פענדעמיק עקסערסייז איווענט גערופען איווענט 201, פאררופן דורך די דזשאן האפקינס סענטער פאר העלט, די ווארלד עקאנאמיק פארום און די ביל ענד מעלינדע געיטס פאונדעישן, עס איז זייער אינטערעסאנט ווי ענליך זיי האבן פארגעשפילט די יעצטיגע אויסברוך, דער אויבערשטער זאל אפהיטן עס זאל ח"ו נישט גיין ווייטער אזוי.
די עקסערסייז האט ארויסגעברענגט וויאזוי די פאבליק און פרייוועט ארגענעזעישאנס דארפן ארבייטן אין צייט פון א שווערע פענדעמיק צו פארמינערען גרויסע עקאנאמישע און מענטשליכע פארלוסטן.
דורכאויס די איווענט איז געווארן אויפגעשפילט א לעבעדיגע דראמאטישע סענעריא פון א אויסברוך פון א קאראנע וויירוס וואס האט זיך אריבערגעכאפט פון בעטס צו חזרים און דערנאך צו מענטשען, עס האט זיך אנגעפאנגען אין א פארם אין בראזיל, אין אנפאנג האט מען עס פרובירט צו קאנטראלירן, אבער דערנאך איז עס ארויס פון קאנטראל און זיך פארשפרייט צו מערערע לענדער.
די נאמבערס פון באטראפענע האט זיך אנגעפאנגען צו פארשפרייטן מיט א שנעקייט זיך דאפלענדיג פון וואך צו וואך, ווי מער די קעיסעס און טויטפעלער האבן זיך אנגעזאמלט איז געווארען שווערער און שווערער די עקאנאמישע און סאשעל קאנסעקווענסעס.
די סענעריא ענדיגט זיך ביי 18 חדשים, מיט אזויפיל ווי פינעף און זעכציג מיליאן טויטע ווען עס פאנגט אן אראפצוגיין ווייל עס זענען שוין דא ווייניגער וואס זענען אויסגעשטעלט דערצו, עס האלט נאך אן א געוויסע ראטע ביז רוב עולם איז שוין אימיונט אדער עס געלונגט צו ערצייגן א וואקסין.

ביי די איווענט איז געווארן ארויסגעלייגט 7 רעקאמאנדעישאנס אין פאל עס פאסירט טאקע ח"ו אזא פענדעמיק.

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תגובהדורך מקבל » דינסטאג פאברואר 04, 2020 2:28 pm

די 7 רעקאמאנדעישאנס, ווער עס וויל קען איבערטייטשן:

1. Governments, international organizations, and businesses should plan now for how essential corporate capabilities will be utilized during a large-scale pandemic. During a severe pandemic, public sector efforts to control the outbreak are likely to become overwhelmed. But industry assets, if swiftly and appropriately deployed, could help to save lives and reduce economic losses. For instance, companies with operations focused on logistics, social media, or distribution systems will be needed to enable governments’ emergency response, risk communications, and medical countermeasure distribution efforts during a pandemic. This includes working together to ensure that strategic commodities are available and accessible for public health response. Contingency planning for a potential operational partnership between government and business will be complex, with many legal and organizational details to be addressed. Governments should work now to identify the most critical areas of need and reach out to industry players with the goal of finalizing agreements in advance of the next large pandemic. The Global Preparedness Monitoring Board would be well positioned to help monitor and contribute to the efforts that governments, international organizations and businesses should take for pandemic preparedness and response.

2. Industry, national governments, and international organizations should work together to enhance internationally held stockpiles of medical countermeasures (MCMs) to enable rapid and equitable distribution during a severe pandemic. The World Health Organization (WHO) currently has an influenza vaccine virtual stockpile, with contracts in place with pharmaceutical companies that have agreed to supply vaccines should WHO request them. As one possible approach, this virtual stockpile model could be expanded to augment WHO’s ability to distribute vaccines and therapeutics to countries in the greatest need during a severe pandemic. This should also include any available experimental vaccine stockpiles for any WHO R&D Blueprint pathogens to deploy in a clinical trial during outbreaks in collaboration with CEPI, GAVI, and WHO. Other approaches could involve regional stockpiles or bi- or multinational agreements. During a catastrophic outbreak, countries may be reluctant to part with scarce medical resources. A robust international stockpile could therefore help to ensure that low and middle resource settings receive needed supplies regardless of whether they produce such supplies domestically. Countries with national supplies or domestic manufacturing capabilities should commit to donating some supply/product to this virtual stockpile. Countries should support this effort through the provision of additional funding.

3. Countries, international organizations, and global transportation companies should work together to maintain travel and trade during severe pandemics. Travel and trade are essential to the global economy as well as to national and even local economies, and they should be maintained even in the face of a pandemic. Improved decision-making, coordination, and communications between the public and private sectors, relating to risk, travel advisories, import/export restrictions, and border measures will be needed. The fear and uncertainty experienced during past outbreaks, even those limited to a national or regional level, have sometimes led to unjustified border measures, the closure of customer-facing businesses, import bans, and the cancellation of airline flights and international shipping. A particularly fast-moving and lethal pandemic could therefore result in political decisions to slow or stop movement of people and goods, potentially harming economies already vulnerable in the face of an outbreak. Ministries of Health and other government agencies should work together now with international airlines and global shipping companies to develop realistic response scenarios and start a contingency planning process with the goal of mitigating economic damage by maintaining key travel and trade routes during a large-scale pandemic. Supporting continued trade and travel in such an extreme circumstance may require the provision of enhanced disease control measures and personal protective equipment for transportation workers, government subsidies to support critical trade routes, and potentially liability protection in certain cases. International organizations including WHO, the International Air Transport Association, and the International Civil Aviation Organization should be partners in these preparedness and response efforts.

4. Governments should provide more resources and support for the development and surge manufacturing of vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics that will be needed during a severe pandemic. In the event of a severe pandemic, countries may need population-level supplies of safe and effective medical countermeasures, including vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics. Therefore, the ability to rapidly develop, manufacture, distribute, and dispense large quantities of MCMs will be needed to contain and control a global outbreak. Countries with enough resources should greatly increase this capability. In coordination with WHO, CEPI, GAVI, and other relevant multilateral and domestic mechanisms, investments should be made in new technologies and industrial approaches, that will allow concomitant distributed manufacturing. This will require addressing legal and regulatory barriers among other issues.

5. Global business should recognize the economic burden of pandemics and fight for stronger preparedness. In addition to investing more in preparing their own companies and industries, business leaders and their shareholders should actively engage with governments and advocate for increased resources for pandemic preparedness. Globally, there has been a lack of attention and investment in preparing for high-impact pandemics, and business is largely not involved in existing efforts. To a significant extent this is due to a lack of awareness of the business risks posed by a pandemic. Tools should be built that help large private sector companies visualize business risks posed by infectious disease and pathways to mitigate risk through public-private cooperation to strengthen preparedness. A severe pandemic would greatly interfere with workforce health, business operations, and the movement of goods and services.3 A catastrophic-level outbreak can also have profound and long-lasting effects on entire industries, the economy, and societies in which business operates. While governments and public health authorities serve as the first line of defense against fast-moving outbreaks, their efforts are chronically under-funded and lack sustained support. Global business leaders should play a far more dynamic role as advocates with a stake in stronger pandemic preparedness.

6. International organizations should prioritize reducing economic impacts of epidemics and pandemics. Much of the economic harm resulting from a pandemic is likely to be due to counterproductive behavior of individuals, companies, and countries. For example, actions that lead to disruption of travel and trade or that change consumer behavior can greatly damage economies. In addition to other response activities, an increase in and reassessment of pandemic financial support will certainly be needed in a severe pandemic as many sectors of society may need financial support during or after a severe pandemic, including healthcare institutions, essential businesses, and national governments Furthermore, the ways in which these existing funds can now be used are limited. The International Health Regulations prioritize both minimizing public health risks and avoiding unnecessary interference with international traffic and trade. But there will also be a need to identify critical nodes of the banking system and global and national economies that are too essential to fail – there are some that are likely to need emergency international financial support as well. The World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, regional development banks, national governments, foundations, and others should explore ways to increase the amount and availability of funds in a pandemic and ensure that they can be flexibly used where needed.

7. Governments and the private sector should assign a greater priority to developing methods to combat mis- and disinformation prior to the next pandemic response. Governments will need to partner with traditional and social media companies to research and develop nimble approaches to countering misinformation. This will require developing the ability to flood media with fast, accurate, and consistent information. Public health authorities should work with private employers and trusted community leaders such as faith leaders, to promulgate factual information to employees and citizens. Trusted, influential private-sector employers should create the capacity to readily and reliably augment public messaging, manage rumors and misinformation, and amplify credible information to support emergency public communications. National public health agencies should work in close collaboration with WHO to create the capability to rapidly develop and release consistent health messages. For their part, media companies should commit to ensuring that authoritative messages are prioritized and that false messages are suppressed including though the use of technology.

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אינטערעסאנט אז רעקעמאנדעישאן #3 ווערט נישט איינגעהאלטן יעצט דורך די אמעריקאנע רעגירונג, און טשיינע איז טאקע ברוגז.

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