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 history department of the University of Minnesota (12/3).

The Conversation: What Elvis Presley’s televised polio vaccination can tell us about the shortfalls of celebrity-endorsed health campaigns
Agnes Arnold-Forster, research fellow in the history of medicine and healthcare at the University of Bristol, and Caitjan Gainty, lecturer in the history of science, technology, and medicine at King’s College London (12/3).

Financial Times: Business can make a big difference in ending Covid
Scott Ratzan, distinguished lecturer at the CUNY School of Public Health and co-founder of CONVINCE (12/4).

The Lancet: An African plan to control COVID-19 is urgently needed
Editorial Board (12/5).

Project Syndicate: The Secret of Pakistan’s COVID-19 Success
Zulfiqar A. Bhutta, chair in global child health at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), co-director of the SickKids Centre for Global Child Health, and founding director of Aga Khan University’s Centre of Excellence in Women and Child Health and Institute for Global Health and Development (12/3).

Washington Post: The pandemic’s lessons are clear and simple. We must act now
Editorial Board (12/3).

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