The Wired  |  October 4, 2021

“We have this cycle of complacency, and then panic, and then complacency again,” says Lawrence O. Gostin, who directs the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University. “We haven’t learned the lessons of anthrax and Ebola and influenza and Zika. We just keep having one crisis after another, and we react, and we never prepare.”

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