Blog Posts, Releases Address Various Aspects Of COVID-19, Including Vaccines, Pooled Testing, Food Security, Other Topics

BMJ Opinion: We must take a One Health approach to improve human pandemic infection control
Camilla T.O. Benfield, course director for MSc One Health: ecosystems, humans, and animals at the Royal Veterinary College, and colleagues (9/30).

BMJ Opinion: Vaccines for covid-19: reasons for hope, but first for concern
Jose M. Martin-Moreno, professor of preventive medicine and public health at the Medical School and INCLIVA-Clinical Hospital at the University of Valencia, and colleagues (9/30).

BMJ Opinion: Pooled testing for SARS-CoV-2 could provide the solution to U.K.’s testing strategy
Alan McNally, professor in microbial genomics at the University of Birmingham, and colleagues (9/30).

Chicago Council’s “Global Food for Thought”: Guest Commentary — Africa’s Food Processors are Vital for the Continent’s Food Security. COVID-19 Is Putting Them at Risk.
Brent Wibberley, director of food processing at Technoserve (9/29).

International Rescue Committee: New Report Reveals How the Failures of the International Community to Combat COVID-19 Has Led to Dire Consequences for Millions of the Most Vulnerable (9/29).

UNAIDS: As pandemic deaths pass 1 million, COVID survivors from 37 countries write to pharmaceutical bosses to demand a People’s Vaccine (9/29).

WHO: Never too late to fight back against pandemic
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the WHO (9/29).

World Economic Forum: As the COVID-19 death toll passes 1 million, how does it compare to other major killers?
Kate Whiting, senior writer for Formative Content (9/29).

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