Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

Total 9 Posts

The global south needs rich countries to be committed on vaccines.

3 min read
This is not the moment to worry about big pharma’s pocket but to care about saving lives.

The week in Covid-19.

8 min read
We look back at last week’s coronavirus situation in the UK, adenovirus-based vaccines link to blood clots, concerning variants landing on our shores, Boris Johnson’s roadmap danger, and more...

The best hope for fairly distributing COVID-19 vaccines globally is at risk of failing.

6 min read
COVAX, the global vaccine distribution initiative, is well behind its goal of delivering 2 billion doses this year due to under-investment, vaccine nationalism and export restrictions.

COVID-19: Virus variants, vaccine inequity, contribute to rising caseload.

3 min read
COVID-19 cases globally are on track to rise for a fourth consecutive week, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported on Friday.

Europeans suspend the use of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.

7 min read
Ireland, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Italy, France... What do UK experts think about the suspension of AstraZeneca in more and more European countries following reports of blood clotting events?

Coronavirus one year on: Two countries that got it right, and three that got it wrong.

5 min read
Why South Korea and Ghana have fared better than the UK, Brazil and India... A government’s handling of the pandemic was embedded in existing patterns of leadership.

Selfless Britain?

5 min read
The government’s strategy not to share a single vaccine dose with the rest of the world until its own entire adult population gets the jab is nothing but a smokescreen to please the populace and, ultimately, a self-defeating strategy.
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