Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases: Center for Systems Science and Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly set back the world’s ambition to achieve the SDGs, in particular in poor countries and population groups. In addition to greater investments, the crisis shows that better measures and reporting are needed to track prevention programmes, healthcare system preparedness, and resilience to pandemics.... Read More

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