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The WHO is beyond reform, it needs competitors


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Christopher Snowdon writes for Spiked

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Christopher Snowdon writes for CapX

“In an ideal world, member states would do to the WHO what Matt Hancock has done to PHE and replace it with a streamlined agency that focuses only on infectious disease”, writes the IEA’s Head of Lifestyle Economics, Christopher Snowdon.

But as Chris argues for CapX,  while “serious reform [of the WHO] is probably impossible and abolition is not feasible in the short term,  diverting money from this ailing organisation and putting it towards a politically neutral global disease watchdog would be a good start.”

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