Adaptive Control of COVID-19 Outbreaks: Policy Approaches

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Adaptive Control of COVID-19 Outbreaks: Policy Approaches

23 September 2020

The twelfth Policy Actions for COVID-19 Economic Recovery (PACER) Dialogue on “Adaptive control of COVID-19 outbreaks: Policy Approaches” featured implementation of the adaptive control paradigm and a modelling framework to reduce infection rates, consider vaccination policy, and gradually open economies. Over 45 government officials and development partners from Southeast Asia and the People’s Republic of China participated in the Dialogue, sharing country experiences and lessons on policies on easing lockdowns and other public health interventions taken to mitigate the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and accelerate recovery.

The twelfth PACER Dialogue aimed to:

  • promote a better understanding of adaptive control policy approaches to reduce infection rates, ensure gradual economic activities, and calibrate responses accordingly;
  • feature the experience and lessons of India in tackling COVID-19 through adaptive control; and;
  • provide a platform for policy makers and health practitioners to share knowledge and experience and collaboratively learn from each other.
     
Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
23 Sep 2020 12th PACER Dialogue – Overview and Objectives Ramesh Subramaniam Director General, Southeast Asia Department, Asian Development Bank
23 Sep 2020 Adaptive control of COVID-19 outbreaks: Policy Approaches Forecasting COVID and Vaccination Policy
Presentation on tackling COVID-19 through adaptive control for safer reopenings, reducing infection rates, and forecasting vaccination policy...
Anup Malani
23 Sep 2020 Open Discussion and Questions Ramesh Subramaniam (Moderator)
23 Sep 2020 Synthesis and Summary Ramesh Subramaniam, Director General, SERD, ADB

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