Capacity-building and Pandemics: Singapore’s Response to Covid-19 – 1st 2021 Edition

(11) By Jun Jie Woo
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This book focuses on the coverage capacities, constructed up because the 2003 SARS disaster, which have contributed to Singapore’s Covid-19 response efforts. In doing so, the book discusses the fiscal, operational, analytical and political capacities which have pushed Singapore’s coverage response to the pandemic, and proposes a broad coverage capability framework that might be relevant to the evaluation of different contexts as properly.

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused large disruptions in societies and economies the world over. Singapore’s early success in managing the Covid-19 pandemic has obtained a lot consideration from researchers and observers from the world over. A research by the T.H. Chan School of Public Health at Harvard University had described Singapore’s early efforts to detect and include Covid-19 because the “gold customary of close to-excellent detection”.

Despite its success in containing Covid-19 infections, Singapore has additionally confronted challenges arising from systemic coverage blind spots, leading to excessive ranges of an infection in its migrant employee dormitories. With that, the book additionally discusses the systemic blind spots and coverage shortcomings which have emerged in Singapore’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic, and supplies coverage suggestions on coverage capability-constructing for future pandemics and crises.

The book might be of sturdy curiosity to students and college students of public coverage and disaster administration, particularly those that specialize in healthcare coverage and pandemic response. Given the continued challenges posed by Covid-19 in addition to the continued dangers of different future infectious illness outbreaks, the book may even be helpful for policymakers and practitioners in search of to draw coverage classes from Singapore’s expertise with the SARS and Covid-19 outbreaks. 

Formats: PDF
Pages: 125 pages
Publication date: 15 Dec 2020
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Language: English
ISBN 10: 981159452X
ISBN 13: 978-9811594526

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