Existing Pandemic Planning

Emergency response plans already existed for a pandemic. The enquiry should examine those plans, and gain explanations as to why any deviation from those plans were made. This should include scrutinising decision makers, legalities, scientific evidence and public pressure.

Why the contribution is important

Pandemic planning was completed when there was no undue influence. It is important to understand what works well in the plans, and what needs to be addressed in future planning. The current position of getting government is that the First Minister is best place to control a pandemic with hand selected advisors to support. It is crucial to understand if this is indeed the best way to manage things, or if the original plan would've been better.

by Smith123 on September 24, 2021 at 01:09PM

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