The Report of the UN High-level Panel on the Global Response to Health Crises focuses on health crises arising from the outbreaks of new, acute or re-emerging communicable diseases that pose a threat of international spread. The Panel saw its task as being forward-looking in proposing critical measures that would better prevent and respond to future health crises. The report should not be considered as a critique of the Ebola response, as other reviews were more technically qualified to address this. Nevertheless, it examined such reviews in-depth and used the global response to the Ebola outbreak as a point of departure for its deliberations.
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