The president of China, Xi Jinping, admitted deficiencies in the response to the outbreak of coronavirus and promised to solve problems and gaps in the health system.
The epicenter of the outbreak, Hubei Province, reported a sharp increase in new cases.
But the World Health Organization says it's because doctors are using a broader definition to diagnose those infected.
The head of the Hubei Communist Party is one of four local leaders who will be dismissed for mishandling the response. Is a change in strategy needed?
Presenter: Nick clark
John Nicholls – Professor of pathology, University of Hong Kong and influenza expert.
Peter Drobac – Director of the Skoll Center for Social Entrepreneurship at the University of Oxford
Xun Zhou – Reader of modern history at the University of Essex studying the health system of China
Source: Al Jazeera News