The COVID-19 pandemic has shown how vulnerabilities in health systems can have profound implications for health, economic progress, trust in governments, and social cohesion. Containing and mitigating the spread and infection rate of the virus is essential and strengthening the capacity of health systems to respond swiftly and effectively to public health emergencies.
1. Babasaheb V Tandale, Epidemiology Group Leader and Scientist, ICMR - National Institute of Virology
2. Terry Grundy, Principal, Insync Surveys (Regional Licencee for Press Ganey Associates) Moderator
3. S K Jana, Director - R&D and Manufacturing, Serum Institute