Rethinking Public Health Funding When A Pandemic Is Our Biggest Threat
Newsy's Datalogue series explores bolstering public health systems with larger budgets to arm the country with stronger pandemic preparedness.
In 2020, the greatest threat to Americans' safety has been the public health crisis known as COVID-19 — killing more Americans than every war since the Korean War combined.
Newsy explored how many lives could be saved, and what would the impact be, if the nation's budget treated public health like national security.
This video includes data from Trust for America's Health, Canadian Institute for Health Information, Congressional Research Service, Cato Institute and Association of State and Territorial Health Officials.
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