Post-Pandemic, the World Health Organization Begins to Refocus
Bold WHO report charts new economic path to deliver “health for all”
A Path Out of the Pandemic
William A. Haseltine | Although the mRNA vaccines have done an excellent job of reducing COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths, questions remain regarding waning immunity, and public uptake has decreased with each new booster. With the pandemic still far from over, a new strategy is needed.
Decolonizing Global Health Leadership
Ifeanyi M. Nsofor | While achieving global health goals must be a collective effort, who paves the way can make all the difference. Diverse figures must be given opportunities to lead.
How do you spell deadlock? T-R-I-P-S
In a meeting last week in Geneva, the chair of the TRIPS Council, Ambassador Lansana Gberie of Sierra Leone, said that the absence, at this late stage, of concrete, text-based proposals on the issue of the extension is “very concerning” and urged delegations to explore all options to make progress.
#1 The G|O Briefing, May 4, 2020
HELLO GENEVA, BRUSSEL CALLING
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