CDC Releases Publication On Agency’s Global Health Security Efforts

Public Health Reports: Global Health Security: Protecting the United States in an Interconnected World
Rebecca E. Bunnell, deputy director for science and policy at the Division of Global Health Protection at the CDC, and colleagues discuss how CDC’s health security efforts help protect U.S. health, safety, and economic interests. The authors highlight “areas of global interconnectivity that make U.S. states and localities vulnerable to the health and economic repercussions of global public health threats,” including travel, tourism, agriculture, and state and local preparedness (11/14).

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