Editorial, Opinion Pieces Discuss Various Aspects Of COVID-19 Pandemic, Including Role Of Public Health Community In Addressing Pandemic; Vaccine Nationalism, Access; Sweden’s Response

Devex: Opinion: COVID-19 and the neo-public health movement — bringing back the public
Kent Buse, director of the Healthier Societies Program at the George Institute for Global Health, and Wafa Aftab, physician and health policy and governance researcher at the Aga Khan University in Pakistan (12/1).

Foreign Affairs: In Pandemic Times, America Is No Exception
Jonathan Cohen, director of the public health program at the Open Society Foundations (12/1).

Project Syndicate: Could Vaccine Nationalism Prolong the Pandemic?
Tom Bollyky, director of the global health program at the Council on Foreign Relations, founder and managing editor of Think Global Health, and author; and Elmira Bayrasli, co-founder and CEO of Foreign Policy Interrupted and author (12/1).

Project Syndicate: Designing Vaccines for People, Not Profits
Mariana Mazzucato, professor of the economics of innovation and public value at University College London and founding director of the UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, chair of the WHO’s Council on the Economics of Health for All, and author; Henry Lishi Li, research fellow in health innovation at the UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose; and Els Torreele, visiting policy fellow at the UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (12/1).

Washington Post: Sweden’s anti-lockdown experiment flopped. Now it faces a wave of pandemic pain
Editorial Board (12/1).

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