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TFAH rated 26 states and Washington, D.C., as 6 or lower on a 10-point scale.
The program is part of efforts to respond better to global health crises and signifies one of the biggest changes in WHO history.
The report showed some weak spots, including a persistent and varied gap in readiness among states.
Review finds evidence that N95s block infectious particles better, but no significant advantage.
Experts offer approaches for moving the GOF conundrum forward that are not mutually exclusive, such as lifting the moratorium, seeking international consensus, and establishing a review board.
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