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Human-to-human transmission is "affirmative", a top Chinese expert on infectious diseases Zhong Nanshan tells state broadcaster CCTV.
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But it’s also a reminder that the world—not just China—is unprepared, warns Bloomberg’s Adam Minter. Diseases will only spread faster thanks to “population growth, urbanization, greater interactions between humans and wild animals, and climate change,” Minter writes, and developing countries in particular aren’t ready. According to a 2019 Global Health Security Index released by Johns Hopkins and the Nuclear Threat Initiative, “19% of countries received top marks for detection and reporting, fewer than 7% got top marks for their ability to prevent the release or emergence of pathogens, and fewer than 5% qualified for the top tier of countries capable of rapid response to the spread of an epidemic,” Minter points out.
The “global community has largely fallen into an expensive cycle of ‘panic and neglect’” over outbreaks, Minter writes; it would do well to organize more funding for vulnerable places.” -zakaria
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