U.S., Japan Agree To Cooperate During Health Crises, Take Leadership Roles In Global Health

Japan Times: Japan and U.S. pledge to play leading role in global health
“Japan and the United States agreed Wednesday to take a leadership role in global health, including the fight against infectious diseases, according to Japan’s health minister. ‘We agreed that Japan and the United States cooperate in the event of health crises and take a leadership role in global health,’ Yasuhisa Shiozaki, the minister of health, labor and welfare, told reporters after meeting with U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price in Washington…” (5/4).

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