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    “Leading British Scientist Asserts Inevitability of Future Pandemic”

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    Top British Scientist Warns of Inevitable Next Pandemic, Urges Priority on Preparedness

    Sir Patrick Vallance, the former chief scientific advisor of the UK, has issued a stark warning about the inevitability of another pandemic, urging the incoming government to prioritize preparedness and critical action. His remarks, made at the Hay Festival and reported by The Guardian, highlight the pressing need for better surveillance, rapid response capabilities, and international coordination to detect and combat emerging threats effectively.

    Vallance stressed the importance of learning from past experiences, particularly emphasizing the need for readily available diagnostics, vaccines, and treatments to mitigate the need for drastic measures witnessed during the COVID-19 pandemic. He underscored the necessity of sustained attention and efficient inquiry processes to address future pandemics swiftly and effectively.

    Expressing concern over potential complacency, Vallance referenced the G7’s apparent lack of focus on pandemic preparedness, urging continued prioritization of this critical issue. He drew parallels between pandemic preparations and military readiness, emphasizing the need to treat preparedness as a vital national security concern.

    Vallance commended the World Health Organization’s efforts to promote the pandemic accord, a proposed agreement for global collaboration on pandemic preparedness. However, he cautioned that more significant focus and action are needed to ensure preparedness remains a top priority on international agendas.

    Addressing challenges with inquiry processes, Vallance called for improvements in speed and efficiency to enhance response capabilities and mitigate future pandemic risks effectively. He also highlighted the importance of swift legislative action, noting the need to address critical issues such as the anti-smoking bill promptly.

    Sources By Agencies

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