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‘Vaccine Nationalism’ Could Harm Economy, Public Health, Eurasia Group Analysts Warn

CNBC: ‘Vaccine nationalism’ could lead to the coronavirus devastating public health and the economy, experts warn “‘Vaccine nationalism’ is turning the search for a Covid-19 cure into an arms race, which will ultimately damage the economy and public health, experts have warned. Analysts at Eurasia Group speculated that tension over…

Organizations Release Statements On U.S. Withdrawal From WHO

AMA: Statement on withdrawal of U.S. from the World Health Organization In a statement on the withdrawal of the U.S. from the WHO, Sally Goza, president of the American Academy of Pediatrics; Gary L. LeRoy, president of the American Academy of Family Physicians; Susan R. Bailey, president of the American…

COVID-19 Pandemic Threatening Future Of Democracy Worldwide, Prominent Political, Civil Leaders Warn In Open Letter

POLITICO: Coronavirus threatens democracy, prominent figures warn “The future of liberal democracy is under threat because of the Covid-19 pandemic, as even democratically elected governments have accumulated emergency powers that restrict human rights, numerous prominent figures argue in an open letter published Thursday. ‘Parliaments are being sidelined, journalists are being…

Editorial, Opinion Pieces Discuss Various Aspects Of COVID-19 Pandemic, Including Continued Global Spread, Role Of International Cooperation

Barron’s: A Covid-19 Vaccine Should Be a Public Good. Here’s How to Make That Happen Kendall Hoyt, assistant professor at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and author (6/24). The Conversation: In many countries the coronavirus pandemic is accelerating, not slowing Adam Kamradt-Scott, associate professor at the University of…

Devex Examines Germany’s Efforts To Show Global Health Leadership

Devex: How Germany failed to live up to its global health ambitions “Germany has spent the past decade positioning itself as a global health leader. … The problem, observers said, is that while Germany spent much of the past decade advancing its global health leadership, it did not coalesce around…