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Korean and UK health agencies to cooperate on disease control

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UK Health Security Agency signs agreement with Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency

Government health agencies in the UK and South Korea have agreed to work together more closely on disease control and prevention.

On 4 May, Jenny Harries (pictured), chief executive of the new UK Health Security Agency, signed a memorandum of understanding with Eun-kyeong Jeong, commissioner of the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency, agreeing to exchange best practice and to pursue joint scientific programmes and research projects.

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