The COVID-19 epidemic, which later became a pandemic, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, surprised the vast majority of the world – in spite of the fact that it should not be that surprising at all. Scientists are well-acquainted with the notion of super-viruses, which tend to emerge every once in a while. Epidemiological crises have been a part of our lives since the beginning of humanity, just like the viruses and bacteria that cause them. We cannot eliminate them - they will stay with us forever. However, they will no longer be similar to those that wreaked havoc across our world 100 years ago.
Why weren’t we ready for the coronavirus pandemic? What makes it different from previous ones? What changes has it brought to medical care and public awareness? What can be done to better manage such a crisis in the future? This white paper is an attempt to answer these pressing questions.
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