The One Health approach recognises that human-linked climate change, as well as food production and lifestyle patterns, may be factors driving viruses to spill over from animals to humans. Photo: AFP The One Health approach recognises that human-linked climate change, as well as food production and lifestyle patterns, may be factors driving viruses to spill over from animals to humans. Photo: AFP
The One Health approach recognises that human-linked climate change, as well as food production and lifestyle patterns, may be factors driving viruses to spill over from animals to humans. Photo: AFP

Covid-19 drives ‘prevention over cure’ strategy; hinges on global cooperation

  • When looking at how to halt future epidemics, the One Health strategy monitors changes in land use, ecological pressure and human population expansion
  • ‘Covid taught us that what happens in a small part of the world is everybody’s problem,’ says One Health High-level Expert Panel co-chair

Topic |   Coronavirus China
The One Health approach recognises that human-linked climate change, as well as food production and lifestyle patterns, may be factors driving viruses to spill over from animals to humans. Photo: AFP The One Health approach recognises that human-linked climate change, as well as food production and lifestyle patterns, may be factors driving viruses to spill over from animals to humans. Photo: AFP
The One Health approach recognises that human-linked climate change, as well as food production and lifestyle patterns, may be factors driving viruses to spill over from animals to humans. Photo: AFP
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