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Germany G7 Health
G7 vows to improve detection of infectious diseases
Berlin - 20 May 2022
1. Karl Lauterbach, German Health Minister, arriving and taking a seat
2. SOUNDBITE (German) Karl Lauterbach, German Health Minister:
"As health ministers and as G7 countries, we will defend and help rebuild the health system in Ukraine. I have been in exchange with the Ukrainian counterpart in the run-up to the conference. We will see each other at the WHO meeting in Geneva next week where we will further coordinate the course of action."
3. SOUNDBITE (German) Karl Lauterbach, German Health Minister:
"The costs of pandemics are incalculable in human terms and also in financial terms. And a pact for pandemic readiness can significantly reduce the risk here at comparatively low cost. We have to reckon with a steadily increasing pandemic risk in the coming decades. That is why the pact for pandemic readiness is a central result of our negotiations. We have decided on this today. This has been prepared over many months, also together with international scientists, and is a central building block of what we have decided today."
4. SOUNDBITE (German) Karl Lauterbach, German Health Minister:
"We also need an expert network and this expert network should work together with the WHO hub for pandemic and epidemic intelligence here in Berlin. We also want to strengthen the WHO and we are aiming for a 50% increase in compulsory contributions in the long term."
5. SOUNDBITE (German) Karl Lauterbach, German Health Minister:
"The health system is a major employer. A lot of factories, industry, providers, hospital groups, pharmaceutical companies depend on the health system. We have therefore also agreed, for the first time, that this imminent climate neutrality of the health system must be observed by the year 2050."
6. SOUNDBITE (German) Karl Lauterbach, German Health Minister:
"The news is not surprising, because it was only a matter of time before monkeypox was also detected in Germany. Due to the reports of infections worldwide and the quick information also from the Robert Koch Institute, doctors and patients in Germany were isolated. Based on the knowledge available so far, we assume that the virus is not easily transmissible and that this outbreak can be contained. This can succeed if we act very quickly now."
7. Lauterbach leaving
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