Pandemic Preparedness and Response

This is how we outrun the next pandemic

A bird flies past the National Covid Memorial wall beside St Thomas' hospital, London, UK Image: REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Amandeep Singh Gill

Project Lead, International Digital Health and Artificial Intelligence Research Collaborative (I-DAIR), The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

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