Pandemic Preparedness: What Went Wrong, What Have We Learned?

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Why weren’t we better prepared for the COVID-19 outbreak and what can we learn from our current ordeal to be better prepared for the next pandemic?

Watch this engaging discussion among experts on the issue:

Moderator:
*Mark Perry, contributing editor at The American Conservative and writer for Politico and Foreign Policy. His most recent book was The Pentagon’s Wars.

Panelists:
* Andrew Lakoff, USC Dornsife professor of sociology and divisional dean of Social Sciences,
Author of Unprepared: Global Health in a Time of Emergency, in which he describes the challenges of properly anticipating and preparing for biological threats.

* Nils Gilman, Vice President of Programs at the Berggruen Institute,
former associate chancellor at the University of California Berkeley and research director and scenario planning consultant at the Monitor Group and Global Business Network.

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