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Parliamentary questions
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18 November 2020
P-006301/2020
Priority question for written answer  P-006301/2020
to the Commission
Rule 138
Stefania Zambelli (ID)
 Subject: Production of pandemic plans and updating thereof

The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has shone a light on the importance of countries adopting proper and effective pandemic plans, and updating them.

The WHO recommends, through the International Health Regulation, that participating states adopt well-defined pandemic plans.

Decision No 1082/2013 of 22 October 2013 has, since 2014, made it obligatory for Member States to prepare national pandemic plans and forward them to the Commission, and to notify the Commission every three years of updates to these plans.

This being so, can the Commission say:

1. How did Italy and the other Member States give notification that they had adopted and/or updated their national pandemic plans, and within what period of time?

2. Which Member States have updated their plans?

3. Which Member States have notified alerts concerning public health emergencies, and within what time frame?

Original language of question: IT
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