Qingman Li, Xiaoyu Lin, Zhaoxuan Li
Shenzhen University, Shenzhen 518000, China
The outbreak of COVID-19 epidemic in late 2019 posed a serious threat to human health and social order. The Collaboration Mechanism for Emergency Management of Public Health Emergencies in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area was established in 2005. In the face of the outbreak, whether the effectiveness of the system has met the original expectations of the system designers and whether there is a need for further improvement needs to be judged in the context of the effectiveness of the outbreak response in the Greater Bay Area. Through tracking and observing a series of collaborative measures in the Greater Bay Area in response to the COVID-19 epidemic outbreak, it can be found that there is still a lack of collaborative thinking, a lack of collaborative institutions, an inadequate collaboration mechanism and a low level of mutual trust. In the future, the Greater Bay Area can further enhance the level and efficiency of collaboration in terms of establishing a clear division of labour for emergency linkage system, improving the mechanism for disclosure of government information and establishing an adequate mutual trust mechanism.
Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area; COVID-19; Public health emergency; Collaboration Mechanism of Emergency Management
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