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It is already more than a year into the coronavirus pandemic and yet there is still a lot to do to address the health crisis.
New variants continue to threaten many countries, especially those who are affected by the short global supply of vaccines against the virus. In Southeast Asia, the Delta variant has struck countries that were doing well in terms of pandemic response.
On Thursday, July 29, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug speaks to former health secretary Manuel Dayrit about the lessons learned from the global responses to the coronavirus pandemic.
Dayrit served as health secretary from 2001 to 2005. He is also the co-editor of a recently-published book, Countering Covid-19: Cases in Crisis Response.
What went wrong in several countries’ pandemic response? What else needs to be done?
Catch the interview live at 5 pm on Thursday. – Rappler.com
Watch previous Southeast Asia Speaks episodes:
- Lawyer Peter Robinson on hurdles faced by ICC
- Political scientist Mark Thompson on the Philippines under Duterte
- Marine scientist Deo Onda on protecting West PH Sea resources
- Walden Bello on Rodrigo Duterte and fascism
- Analyst Joshua Kurlantzick on what ASEAN can do vs Myanmar coup
- Analyst Ben Bland on China’s pandemic diplomacy
- Antonio Carpio on West PH Sea and leading a political movement
- Lawyer Ruben Carranza on what new ICC prosecutor means for the Philippines
- Journalist Gwen Robinson on the future of Myanmar
- Ambassador Gerard Ho Wei Hong on Singapore’s leadership during COVID-19 pandemic