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Kerstin Bachmann Nov 9
What a great revenge on populism! The couple of researchers thanks to whom we will most probably have the first are the children of Turkish immigrants. Thank you and . A German dream!
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BioNTech SE Nov 16
To our community: Please note there are no personal accounts being run by our executives. We are already in contact with and to delete all personal accounts related and .
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tweetaroundcorners Nov 10
Positive story at so many levels. but why does focus only on the men becoming billionaires when is ?
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Madhuvanthi Srinivasan | مدهوونتی شرینیوسن Nov 11
Dr. Şahin said he and Dr. Türeci learned about efficacy data on Sunday night and marked the moment by brewing Turkish tea at home. “We celebrated, of course,” he said. “It was a relief.”
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Serdar AYDIN Nov 10
First Britons could be injected with the Pfizer and Biontech vaccine before Christmas. 👏🙏🥰
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Doug Dogu Dog Nov 10
We did it , we did it, said on the phone to her husband
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Michael O'Grady Nov 9
The husband and wife behind covid vaccine that could change the world Physicians and , who bonded over their love of medical research, are the married couple behind the Covid-19 vaccine
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Nico Broers Nov 9
the scientists that developed the first covid-19 vaccine are children from Turkish migrant workers, called and 👩‍🔬🧑‍🔬. representation matters.
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Omer Demircioglu Nov 11
You've made us proud! You've shown us the behind the scene of success! Thanks for all your dedicated studies
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Isabell Welpe #WearAMaskSaveLives&Economy Oct 23
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Astrid Krenz Nov 9
So happy to hear this news: about the vaccine, the company by and , and "Ugur Sahin who grew up as the son of a blue-collar worker at Cologne's Ford company." Well done, 😘+👏 !
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Chaotic Human Nov 10
Actually it's because of the work of two german citizens ( and ) and a german company called (which admittedly indeed worked together with the US-corporation ) that we soon might have a vaccine. didn't play any role in it.
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Bianca Walther Nov 10
: this is how you pronounce and , heads of manufacturer
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Nezihe Muhiddin🏳️‍🌈✊🏽#istanbulsözleşmesiyaşatır Nov 9
Children of saving the world from covid19❤️
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Sherif Mehralivand Nov 9
Great job by and from the for developing the first vaccine in . Couldn't be prouder of my hometown of !
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Florian Hollenbach Nov 9
The scientists behind the BioNTech and Pfizer vaccine are und , children of Turkish immigrants to Germany.
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Raffaele Piria Nov 10
These two children of Turkish immigrants to Germany are the researchers behind the first we might have very soon. Thanks to und and to all those who support an Immigration can strenghten our society.
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kudal Nov 9
Interestingly, no one is mentioning ; it sounds like it is 's success. Let’s hope that will work. founders are children of Turkish (davetli işçi).
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anna paola concia Nov 14
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Cemre Özer Nov 9
Replying to @cemreeozer
Back to the topic. Why do you even have to know whether they have German passports? Learn to purify what comes out of your mouth from nationalism, racism and fundamentalism before you criticize hard-working people who actually care about this world.
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