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In Depth: China Debates Who Should Pay for Public Health Crises

By Liu Denghui, Wu Danping and Zhang Yukun
2022年08月02日 21:00
Covid-19 has underscored the need to improve how such emergencies are funded, experts say
On April 6, residents in Pudong New Area of Shanghai do nucleic acid tests. Photo: VCG

The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed shortcomings in China’s medical system and triggered a national debate about how public health emergencies should be funded and what role the medical insurance system should play.

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