Work together to halt Covid-19, China and US told


Health workers in protective gear peer from a tent which was constructed to test people for Covid-19 outside the Brooklyn Hospital Center in Brooklyn, New York City, US, on March 27, 2020. - Reuters

NEW YORK (Xinhua): Closer US-China collaboration, a significant part of broader global cooperation and coordination, is key to the fight against an unprecedented pandemic like the ongoing Covid-19, several former US diplomats and healthcare experts have said recently.

"Covid-19 should be a wake-up call about the cooperation that will be needed to ensure that any future pandemic -- particularly one that is even more lethal than the coronavirus -- can be dealt with most effectively by the international community," Kenneth Quinn, president of the World Food Prize Foundation and former US ambassador to Cambodia, told Xinhua via email on Wednesday (March 25).

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