Posts Address Call For ‘People’s Vaccine,’ Pandemic Preparedness, WHA, Other Issues Related To COVID-19

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists: What the development of penicillin tells us about developing a coronavirus vaccine
Dan Drollette, deputy editor of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (5/18).

ONE: The state of global pandemic preparedness
Anne Paisley, senior editorial manager at ONE (5/18).

Oxfam: World leaders unite in call for a people’s vaccine against COVID-19 (5/14).

Science Speaks: COVID-19: Will the tens of thousands of infected health care workers be recognized at the May 18-19 World Health Assembly?
Daniel Lucey, infectious diseases physician, adjunct professor of infectious diseases at Georgetown University Medical Center, and senior scholar at the Georgetown University O’Neill Institute, and Katherine R. McAleese, resident in internal medicine and pediatrics at Medstar Georgetown University Medical Center (5/18).

UNAIDS: UNAIDS urges governments to ensure that HIV service providers from community-led organizations are recognized as essential service providers in the context of COVID-19 (5/18).

U.N. Dispatch: What is the Controversy Over Taiwan at the World Health Organization?
Mark Leon Goldberg, executive editor of U.N. Dispatch (5/18).

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