CARPHA Convenes Regional Health Security Planning Meeting

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The transboundary spread of infectious diseases is a threat to regional and global health security.

The devastating global impact of COVID-19 and other public health concerns, reiterate the necessity for regional and global health security to protect and improve health.

Regional Health Security (RHS) encompasses the capacities required for the Caribbean to prepare for and respond to public health threats, risks, priority issues and concerns that transcend national boundaries and potentially impact on economic stability, trade, tourism, and access to goods and services in the Region.


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