Exactly. While the memory is still fresh, you will need to do what we did in 2004 which is to take a hard look at what worked and what didn’t and institutionalize not just in the legislature although it’s important too, but also in people’s collective imagination, what to do when SARS 3.0 hits us and it will. It’s a matter of whether it’s next year or next decade.

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