The Hill |
Diplomats negotiate bilateral and multilateral arrangements, like the Global Health Security Agenda, represent America in the UN and other bodies devoted to securing public health and assist individual Americans overseas stricken by disease or stranded because of epidemics. U.S. embassies address the “pan” and pandemics. These activities are essential not just in times of crisis, as the COVID-19 outbreak has made clear.
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