National communicable disease control – not adapted for large scale spread of disease (RiR 2023:9)
National communicable disease control works well under normal circumstances, but needs to be strengthened to increase the capacity to deal with future pandemics. Shortcomings in the regulatory framework, inadequate systems and data for national surveillance, and shared responsibility for infection prevention and control impact the effectiveness of disease control.
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