Published: 30 November 2022
Author(s): Antonio Jordan-Rios, Vincenzo Nuzzi, Daniel I Bromage, Theresa McDonagh, Gianfranco Sinagra, Antonio Cannata
Issue: March 2023
Section: Review Article

Since the COVID-19 pandemic commenced more than two years ago, it has taken the lives of more than six million people around the globe [1]. In parallel with high mortality rates, health care delivery has been severely disrupted. A pandemic such as this has shown how vulnerable and unequal global health care systems are. It has also been accompanied by significant economic and social consequences [2,3]. Now it is understood that while limiting the rate spread of virus is important, the need to build strong and resilient health structures, that can offer essential services without delay, is also mandatory.


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