Minimum Public Health Standards in a COVID World

Event: Minimum Public Health Interventions for Post COVID-19 Lockdown: Lives and Livelihoods

Minimum Public Health Standards in a COVID World

01 July 2020
Author / Speaker: 
Jeremy Lim, National University of Singapore
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Presentation on global good practice examples of effective public health interventions to kick-start opening up of economies, featuring a stepladder approach on minimum measures for a post-lockdown period to manage and mitigate COVID-19 impacts, and build-back more sustainable and resilient economies. The experience of Singapore highlighted.

Type of Content: 
Learning Event


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