volume 29, issue 111, P525-542 2021
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-403620210002902990
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Bruno Bastos Godoi, Delba Fonseca Santos

Abstract: Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic draws into focus the need to rebuild resilient health systems with increased access to quality health services. Reaction ability to changing demand is crucial. Resilience is relevant because all countries have vulnerable communities. One could push the argument further, using as an example the resilience particularly present on the agenda of meetings of the World Health Organization. More critical than ever, it is to take stock of the lessons learned. The stakeholders need to wor…

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