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May 2, 2024

Is it vital for all countries to have a disaster preparedness plan for potential pandemics?




Total votes: 4

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  1. GraciousElephant5
    104

    Definitely. We should learn from COVID that most (if not all) countries were severely underprepared.

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  2. FearlessHusky1
    117.5

    Totally. It helps avoid mass hysteria, unnecessary deaths and the risking of the lives of health workers. I also think that having a plan can help to soften the unavoidable blows to a nation’s.
    …Read MoreTotally. It helps avoid mass hysteria, unnecessary deaths and the risking of the lives of health workers. I also think that having a plan can help to soften the unavoidable blows to a nation’s economy.
    I would assume that because of COVID most countries already have a plan, just in case.
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  3. SvgBeast610
    14

    Disasters are a natural part of the world around us. A nation that is not preparing for such is preparing to fail itself and its citizens.

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  4. CuriousPanda2
    97.5

    It is absolutely vital that all countries have a disaster preparedness plan for potential pandemics. We have seen countless times how the lack of a unified plan hurts countries economically, socially, …Read MoreIt is absolutely vital that all countries have a disaster preparedness plan for potential pandemics. We have seen countless times how the lack of a unified plan hurts countries economically, socially, and politically, let alone physically. There needs to be a list of measures in place to prevent outbreaks, take care of the sick and vulnerable, protect financial institutions, maintain public calm, and protect international relations. Read Less

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