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Dr. Dena Grayson Jul 15
🇺🇸Dr. Fauci has devoted his life to finding treatments for deadly infectious diseases—including , , SARS, and —and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. You can trust American hero, Dr. Fauci. But NOT .
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Jennifer Nuzzo, DrPH Jul 16
And then he made a public show of hugging his recovered patient to combat stigma that survivors often experience:
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Jul 20
We learned during outbreaks in that no matter how bad the situation is, there's always hope. The same applies to our fight against . With strong leadership, community engagement & a comprehensive strategy to suppress transmission, this virus can be stopped.
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MarkyMark Jul 14
Gulfstream III came in from OSC, headed to Sapporo today. It's linked to CIA clandestine stuff, was based out of NBO 🇰🇪 recently flying to Mogadishu, Somalia. It also carried patients back to the states in 2014. Covid jet now, did Kathmandu evac recently.
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Potrblog.com Jul 8
Based on the level of Power Intoxication, its probable that the will be NEVER ENDING, much like the war in
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Che Guevara Fekoslovenian Jul 18
The D R Congo is in the grips of an under-reported, decades-long humanitarian crisis. Political Instability, Poverty, Hunger, Sanitation, Famine, Poor Health Care, Coronavirus, Ebola and Ethnic War are the major challenges Congese facing all together. Pray for D R Congo❤️
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Cory Morningstar Jul 22
Replying to @elleprovocateur
has been made a corporate anthem, (providing illusory ) while the true ideology held by partners & associated "thought leaders" is clearly that of "white lives matter most". is a capitalist dream for et al.
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Ceasar #BLM Manuel Jul 14
4 deaths from 4.
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Radio Miraya Jul 21
A new testing machine has been installed at Bor Teaching Hospital in Jonglei. The Genexpert machine conducts 4 tests at a time, provides results within 24hrs and is also capable of testing for , and
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itsjustugh82 Jul 15
How protects himself from versus how he protects himself from When can we stop kidding ourselves?
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XGo Hub Jul 15
World Epidemics and Global Stock Market Performance
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Patrick Henningsen Jul 22
Desperate propaganda here, ridiculous trying to bracket it with . But then again, he American have already worked out that the US public have a sub 80 IQ on anything related...
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Umaesh🦋 Jul 22
This Marks exactly 6yrs for those of us that bath with salt water. Happy Anniversary guys😒🤣🤣
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Amy Maxmen Jul 21
I spent months in SierraLeone during the biggest outbreak in history & I've just caught up with doctors I met who are now fighting . Lots of interesting comparisons to that outbreak -- and to the USA -- in my latest piece .
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WHO African Region Jul 24
Outbreak Update: The latest Situation Report from the 11th Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak in , Équateur Province (reported 23 July 2020). ➡️65 cases ( 61 confirmed, 4 probable) 29 deceased, 21 recovered.
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Johan Neyts Jul 19
A worrisome outbreak of in Mbandaka This place is thousands of km West of North-Kivu where a large outbreak, that lasted nearly 2 years and killed 2280 people, just came 3 weeks ago to an end.
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Wilfredo Matias MD Jul 22
. safety studies were done in patients in /. Yet has shown no sign of ensuring equitable access for it in . Sharing new piece on this issue in w/
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Helen Branswell Jul 17
: The case count is now 57 in DRC's new outbreak, with 22 deaths. This outbreak has already surpassed one that occurred in this exact region in 2018, which saw 54 cases & 33 deaths. 3 new cases reported today, 1 a probable case (ie died, untested). A health worker.
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Helen Branswell Jul 18
: Another case in DRC's latest outbreak. Totals are now 58 cases & 22 deaths. 4 health workers have been infected; 1 has died. 12,640 people who have been in contact with cases have been vaccinated.
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THRiVE Consortium Jul 22
It is likely that is still with us. Let us learn from previous responses to disease outbreaks that have been contextualized to communities. outbreaks have taught us that having an honest dialogue with communities is critical in & involvement
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