Johns Hopkins University Simulation Tests Disease Outbreak Readiness, Response

Gizmodo: We’re Not Ready for the Next Pandemic
“If the seeds of a pandemic illness were planted tomorrow, how would the world fare? Well, according to a simulation carried out on Friday by Johns Hopkins University, the answer is: terribly…” (Cara, 10/18).

The Telegraph: Disease X dummy run: World health experts prepare for a deadly pandemic and its fallout
“…On Friday a panel of 15 high-powered international figures gathered in the ballroom of a New York hotel to ‘game’ a scenario in which a pandemic is raging across the world, killing millions…” (Alexander, 10/21).

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