During the second day of the G7 Summit in the UK, the different world leaders who covered it talked about various international challenges, and in the topics they talked about preventing future epidemics.
In the ‘Corbis Bay Declaration’, it is stated that the major world democracies are committed to preventing a recurrence of the crisis caused by Govt-19 and to prevent a global epidemic from recurring.
Reduce the development time of vaccines, treatments and diagnoses, expecting them to be ready within 100 days. They hope to strengthen health monitoring and transform the World Health Organization (WHO) into a stronger body.
To make this possible, the report suggests goals such as a purpose-centered research and development approach, creating an exceptional routine that combines best practices, and preparing for an epidemic in routine operation and adopting traffic rules. In an epidemic, no time is wasted on “accepting the basics”. These rules include protocols and supply chains, a system for compensation, data transfer and sharing of biological samples.
Tomorrow, the G7, which includes Germany, Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom, is expected to formally discuss the fight against climate change and biodiversity conservation.
With information from: AFP.