It’s time to confront the pandemic of antibiotic resistance

  28 January 2022

The world is facing an antimicrobial resistance pandemic. New data last week showed that almost 5m people who died in 2019 suffered from at least one antibiotic-resistant infection, and this trajectory is getting worse. Like Covid-19 and flu, AMR is complicated and not just limited to humans: animal health, the food chain and the environment are all at risk. To save lives and economies, we must make progress in the next decade by drawing on the lessons from the current Covid-19 pandemic.

Further reading: Financial Times
Author(s): Sallie Davis
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