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  • Bertrand Badré


Updated: May 10, 2020

Health is back. Health first understood as our health. We keep thinking about all those who have suffered or died from Covid. Or from related damages, from economic collapse to hunger or violence of all kinds.

But this crisis might lead us to better understand what healthy means. It has something to do with well being. It has something to do with sustainability and equity. With solidarity and fraternity. With trust.

This is not just about us. This is not just about ourselves, our family, our friends and colleagues ... It goes way beyond.

We understand we will not be healthy:

- if our planet is not healthy.

- If its governance is not healthy

- If our humanity is not healthy.

- If our economy is not healthy.

- If our society is not healthy.

What does it take to get there? This is the question of the « after ». It is not for now. Now is the time of the fight. But it will come soon enough. Are we individually and collectively committed to a healthier future and happy to undertake the necessary revisions and upgrades to our OS - operating system -(prevention, vaccines, health systems, antibodies building, ...)? Alternatively are we ready to confront on a regular basis a deadly attack to our system?


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