EU defines top three health risks

The EU has identified the three greatest risks to public health: Pandemics, nuclear threat, and antimicrobial resistance. This is to ensure that, in the event of an emergency, the EU is better prepared than it was, for example, at the beginning of the Covid crisis. These were life-threatening or otherwise seriously threatening health risks that could spread across borders to member states, the EU Commission announced. The next step will be to secure the development, procurement, production and storage of medical goods.

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