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I continue to be inspired by all of the volunteers (including many retired health care workers and teachers) on the front lines of the fight against coronavirus each day. https://t.co/l38koBgE1P
Here are five books to read this summer if you want to learn more about pandemics or are looking for a distraction: https://t.co/B5AX6d7uah https://t.co/jSvUXQ3Buo
Melinda recommended that I read The Choice, and I’m glad she did. I think many people will find comfort right now from Dr. Edith Eva Eger's suggestions on how to handle difficult situations. https://t.co/GzeUnPsw1w
Today is #RedNoseDay. Their work has made an incredible impact to reduce child poverty in the US and around the world. https://t.co/4u6jgNzfJQ
The 1918 influenza outbreak is the closest comparison to what we’re living through right now. John Barry does a great job explaining the realities and lessons of that devastating pandemic. https://t.co/dG1RKAK0in
Most of my conversations these days are about COVID-19 and how we can stem the tide, but I’m also often asked about what I am reading and watching. Here are my 2020 summer book recommendations (plus a few other ideas for things to do at home). https://t.co/BKlfaP3nTS
@narendramodi @gatesfoundation Thank you for the conversation and partnership, @narendramodi. Combating the pandemic requires global collaboration. India’s role is key as the world works to minimize social and economic impact, and pave the way to vaccine, testing, and treatment access for all. @PMOIndia
I’m hopeful that this program will improve our understanding of the coronavirus outbreak in Seattle and provide valuable information about the virus for other communities around the world. https://t.co/wnFarp28ys
RT @melindagates: When will America be able to get back to work?
The answer depends on whether workers have caregiving options they can rely on. I write in the @washingtonpost about why caregiving must be a priority. https://t.co/TyuEpben4o
Class of 2020, these are not easy times. But we will get through them. And with your leadership, the world will be stronger than before. https://t.co/rypFlsAles
RT @melindagates: To overcome #COVID19 the world doesn’t just need science. It needs a commitment to help people beat this virus wherever they live. Our foundation is proud to support this effort and will join in pledging the resources & brainpower to confront this globally. https://t.co/kDGbXSpkAa
There are over 100 different coronavirus vaccine candidates in the works. These candidates take a variety of approaches to protecting the body against COVID-19: https://t.co/sFTGWFLgIq https://t.co/9iPgeIzG1E
RT @gatesfoundation: Developing a vaccine against #COVID19 is among the first steps to a solution.
Distributing the vaccine safely, effectively, and equitably must be one of the next. https://t.co/afzxS1Bbt9
This is a great introduction to computer science concepts for students at all levels. I’m looking forward to joining today’s Code Break. https://t.co/Nzoaz4yAAe
Halting funding for the World Health Organization during a world health crisis is as dangerous as it sounds. Their work is slowing the spread of COVID-19 and if that work is stopped no other organization can replace them. The world needs @WHO now more than ever.
.@NickKristof does an amazing job capturing the heroism of the health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus fight. https://t.co/x1TgE2oNXE
On #WorldHealthDay — and every day — I want to thank all of the health heroes for their sacrifices and for keeping us safe. https://t.co/0x9QFSrlQb
I always enjoy chatting with @Trevornoah, even though we had to sit a little bit further apart than usual this time. https://t.co/aqwtN1tS2p
It’s encouraging to see the first projects begin from our effort to accelerate safe and effective drugs for #COVID19. https://t.co/UH66MrAYcV
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