Red Cross Disaster Report: The world is not ready for another viral outbreak
By: Allison Hoff
Posted: Jan 30, 2023 11:53 PM EDT
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A world disasters' report published Monday revealed many problems that arose out of the COVID-19 pandemic could have been avoided.
The organization is calling on governments at local and federal levels to do more to be prepared for global pandemics, in addition to addressing these shortfalls.