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Editorials, Opinion Pieces Address Topics Related To COVID-19 Pandemic, Including Women’s Role In Vaccine Development; Vaccination Campaign Strategies; Private Sector Involvement; Global Mitigation Plans

Bloomberg: Women Take the Lead in Vaccine Development Tyler Cowen, Bloomberg Opinion columnist, professor of economics at George Mason University, and writer for the Marginal Revolution blog (12/3). CNN: How Elvis Presley can help us with a Covid vaccine David M. Perry, journalist, historian, and senior academic adviser in the…

Fogarty International Center Highlights Top 10 Global Health Research Stories Of 2020

NIH Fogarty International Center: Top global health research stories of 2020 from Fogarty and NIH “During an unprecedented year of challenges for the global health research community, as the COVID-19 pandemic circled the globe, Fogarty and its extensive network of international partners responded to the health crisis, and continued to…

Podcast, Opinion Piece, Letter To Editor Address COVID-19 Pandemic, Including R&D; Conflicts Of Interest; Need For U.S. Investment In LMIC Vaccine Access

New York Times: They Made the ‘Pfizer Vaccine’ Kara Swisher, host of Sway podcast, with Dr. Ozlem Tureci and Dr. Ugur Sahin, co-founders of BioNTech (12/3). Scientific American: Conflicts of Interest and COVID Sunita Sah, assistant professor of management and organizations and John and Norma Balen Sesquicentennial fellow at the…

U.K. Approves Pfizer-BioNTech Coronavirus Vaccine; Distribution Expected To Begin Next Week But Logistical Challenges Remain; Trump Administration Increases Pressure On FDA

CBS News: U.K. is 1st country to approve Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, with distribution to start next week “Britain has become the first country in the West to approve a COVID-19 vaccine for public use. The U.K. Department of Health and Social Care confirmed in a statement to British news agencies…

North Korean Hackers Target At Least 6 Companies Working On COVID-19 Treatments, Vaccines

Wall Street Journal: North Korean Hackers Are Said to Have Targeted Companies Working on Covid-19 Vaccines “North Korean hackers have targeted at least six pharmaceutical companies in the U.S., the U.K., and South Korea working on Covid-19 treatments [and vaccines], according to people familiar with the matter, as the regime…

News Outlets Discuss Coronavirus Vaccine R&D, Distribution, Access, Funding

AP: U.K. stocks up on vaccines, hopes to start virus shots in days (Lawless, 11/29). DW: Coronavirus digest: Britain names COVID vaccine minister (11/28). DW: Coronavirus vaccine — how to distribute it around the world? (Zivkovic, 11/27). Financial Times: International rollout of Covid-19 vaccine on track for next month (Mancini…

CGD Blog Posts Address Topics Related To Global COVID-19 Vaccine Development, Allocation

Center for Global Development: The Domestic Allocation Of COVID-19 Vaccines in Low- and Middle-Income Countries, Who Goes First? Vageesh Jain, non-resident fellow at CGD (11/25). Center for Global Development: Launching an Interactive Webtool to Analyze the COVID-19 Vaccine Portfolio Anthony McDonnell, senior policy analyst at CGD, and colleagues (11/23).

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