Reclaiming Comprehensive Public Health
Parray, Ateeb Ahmad
Janse van Rensburg, André
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Over the past 6 months, we have witnessed diversity in the spread and severity of the COVID-19 and in the nature and timing of responses to it in different countries and contexts. Acute emergencies often mobilise a short spurt of attention and resources. COVID-19 is, however, a protracted pandemic that spreads through and exacerbates socioeconomic inequalities and stresses health and democratic systems in a way that calls or sustained responses from local to global levels.
CitationLoewenson, R.; Accoe, K.; Bajpai, N.; Buse, K.; Deivanayagam,T.A.; London, L.; Méndez, C.A.; Mirzoev, T.; Nelson, E.; Parray, A.A.; Probandari, A.; Sarriot, E.; Tetui, M.; Janse van Rensburg, A. (2020) 'Reclaiming comprehensive public health,' BMJ Global Health 2020;5:e003886. doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2020-003886
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