National Pandemic Response Act

Bill Raduchel
2 min readJul 8, 2020

1. The Secretary of Health and Human Services is hereby designated the chief pandemic officer of the United States and is responsible for assuring that the United States is prepared to handle any pandemic and for organizing our response to any such pandemic.
2. The Secretary may delegate this responsibility and authority to an assistant secretary confirmed by the Senate who is also a commissioned officer of the Public Health Service.
3. On the written recommendation of the chief pandemic officer, the President may declare that a pandemic emergency exists which shall constitute a declaration of disaster…

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Bill Raduchel

Author, The New Technology State and The Bleeding Edge. Strategic advisor on technology and media, independent director and former angel investor.