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Joemar Plamus Jul 18
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Chadia Wannous Jul 15
International Health Regulations self-reporting shows almost all States are performing better in than in emergency and . Bigger gaps observed in capacity at points of entry, safety& emergencies progress report 2019
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Eunice Kilonzo Jul 17
Replying to @KenyaAirways
The provide the permissible restrictions on international traffic and trade. This is the second such declaration on (first was in 2014 when banned flights to WestAfrica) More on the here:
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Chadia Wannous Jul 17
outbreak in declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. hopefully this declaration will stimulate funding, which have constrained the response. it is important also to keep transport routes and borders open.
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Dr Nirmal Kandel Jul 17
International Health Regulations (2005) in action.
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Caroline Sell Jul 17
Replying to @carolinelsell
(thread cont. ) -still not enough $$$ - finally says coordinated int'l response is required under (2005), so is met -EC advises affected countries to continue work w/community, cross-border screening, enhance security coordination, continue vaccinations
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Dr Nirmal Kandel Jul 17
Emergency Committee Meeting going on in for Ebola Outbreak in DRC
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ironorehopper Jul 17
on of (2005) for virus disease in [ declared] on 17 July 2019 (, edited)
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Eunice Kilonzo Jul 17
Replying to @uonbi @WHO
My Masters project is on the largely why I’m following keenly work around and other potential events that threaten (health, economic) security. End.
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Dr Nirmal Kandel Jul 17
is one of the core capacity of - strengthening their capacities ensures of the population
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Dr Nirmal Kandel Jul 17
Its all about International Health Regulations (2005) in action - the world is waiting for the recommendations on
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Lee-Anne Pascoe Jul 12
An insightful thread on declaration, whether the are able to effectively guide response efforts and minimise interference with international traffic as they were designed to do, and how these are being interpreted and applied to in the .
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Lorenzo Subissi Jul 11
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ECA International Jul 11
is a hot topic in the world of , so we've taken a look at the ways that new technologies could change the way we work:
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Dr Alexandra Phelan Jul 18
Point in recent update has me a little wary (albeit translation). Public health measures must be consistent w & i.e. least restrictive measure necessary for public health goal. Also, measures against "groups" unlikely to be sufficiently tailored.
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Benjamin Mason Meier Jul 17
As declares a — returning to the promise of the as a legal foundation of — states must now respond to 's call for the resources to contain .
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Sharifah Sekalala Jul 17
well said -International assistance will also enable neighbouring states which urgently need assistance to shore up their core capacities under .
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Stephanie Wheeler Jul 17
After >2500 cases and >1600 deaths, the outbreak in has been declared a by WHO. Although the criteria has been met for months, this week’s movement of a case into Goma, an urban area of >2 mill people perhaps tipped the scales?
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Pasi Mustonen Jul 11
PermSec congratulating and partners for 100 completed joint external assessments of countries’ capacity in 3 years. Significant milestone!
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Nicola Low #FBPE Jul 12
Maybe a more diverse and inclusive panel can convey the and need for a local-led response to with support for this real and recall committee?
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