Chief Scientist, World Health Organization, tweeting in personal capacity
Joined on 14 October, 2014
The @EurasiaGroup’s analysis explains that global equitable access to #COVID19 vaccines will generate estimated economic benefits of at least $153 billion in 2020–21, and $466 billion by 2025, in 10 major economies. #ACTogether #UNGASS
Individual and public health Measures against #COVID19 work against flu too!
Women are half the population. Yet in a survey of six countries, women were up to six times less likely to be quoted in the news as experts or sources.
We need to increase the number of women who are shaping perspectives.
Here's the data: Ensuring equitable access to safe & effective #COVID19 vaccines is not only the right thing to do but it's also economically smart. The @EurasiaGroup report shows how @WHO's @ACTAccelerator is one of the best decisions we can make #ACTogether
Thank you @DrTedros & @DrMikeRyan for providing opportunities for me to have a voice during the #COVID19 pandemic along w/so many amazing,smart strong women
@SCBriand @doctorsoumya @gabbystern @Melinda_Frost1 @hess_se @Nyka_eh @DrSamira_Asma @DrMariaNeira @Kate_L_OBrien...
5. #Covid19 vaccine results so far have been amazing. But so many questions remain, including how to keep studying other vaccines once the first are in use; which will be safest for pregnant women & children; how well they'll work & how long they'll last.
For everybody worried that RNA vaccines are now tested for the first time in humans. That is actually not the case. See list below. It is true that there is little long term safety data. But its not true that there is no long term safety data.
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