TALLINN – Speaking ahead of a video meeting of EU health ministers on Thursday, Estonian Minister of Social Affairs Tanel Kiik said that the EU needs a more united and coordinated approach when it comes to public health crises.
"The experience with the COVID-19 crisis showed that in order to make fast and evidence-based decisions during an emergency, preparedness has to be increased and a more coordinated approach ensured in the European Union on the whole," Kiik said according to spokespeople for the Ministry of Social Affairs.
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