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European Commission πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Sep 17
The message is simple: π™«π™–π™˜π™˜π™žπ™£π™šπ™¨ 𝙬𝙀𝙧𝙠!
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Nordin Pumbaya Sep 12
On the other hand, movements to attack and question the credibility of Vaccines is growing! In the Philippines, we have tens of thousands of health professionals and only a handful dare speak in support of Vaccines on their social media platform.
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European Commission πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Sep 11
Vaccination protects not only you but everyone around you. Follow the live from 9:00 CEST β†’
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Angelo John Gage Sep 9
I'm not against vaccines; what I am against is the govt forcing you to take them. This to me is revolution-type measures to stop this kind of tyranny.
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Leen Meulenbergs Sep 12
⁦⁩ opens reminding that vaccination is a corner stone of public health.
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European Commission πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Sep 11
Vaccination is the most successful public health measure of modern times. It saves millions of lives every year. Tomorrow President will open the . Tune in for our live at 9.00 AM CEST
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 12
Replying to @WHO
To tackle vaccination gaps effectively, addresses multiple barriers to vaccination: -Rights & regulations -Accessibility, availability, quality & convenience of services -Social & cultural norms -Values & support -Individual motivation -Knowledge & skills
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Sep 11
Vaccines save lives. Very happy to be in Brussels πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺ for , a great opportunity for political leaders to reaffirm their commitment to making sure that for everyone, everywhere. Together, for !
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Carlos Moedas Sep 12
improve human health, misperceptions don't! We’ve launched a call to work together with researchers, social scientists & public health experts to generate findings that contribute to increasing vaccine coverage in Europe:
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Elhadj As Sy Sep 12
The last mile must be the first mile. Accompanying communities at all times is how we build trust - only when the most isolated communities are served first will we all be safe
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 12
: and WHO join forces to promote the benefits of vaccines and advocate against the spread of vaccine misinformation worldwide πŸ‘‰
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 12
Replying to @DrTedros
" are one of the most powerful innovations in the history of medicine. Smallpox is no more, thanks to vaccines. Polio has been pushed to the brink of eradication, thanks to vaccines"- at
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European Commission πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Sep 12
Today’s addresses this gap. The aim is to accelerate global action to stop the spread of vaccine-preventable diseases, and advocate against the spread of vaccine misinformation worldwide. More here β†’
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Sep 12
Vaccine-preventable diseases remain a threat to all people. The most inclusive, effective, and efficient way to ensuring that every person can benefit from life-saving vaccines is through strong .
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The Labour Party Sep 11
Vaccinations have saved so many lives in Ireland. It’s important that we challenge any misinformation campaigns around them. This week our Health spokesperson is at to learn about how countries across the world are promoting vaccines.
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Kaisa Immonen Sep 12
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Shada Islam Sep 11
Looking forward to moderate tomorrow - happy to represent on such an important health issue.
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Ethan J. Lindenberger πŸŽƒ Sep 12
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Katie Owens Sep 12
over and out! Thanks all for engaging and happy to keep up the conversation online or offline! ps. Did we mention that ?
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European External Action Service - EEAS πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Sep 12
"We must keep investing in global campaign and partnerships to spread vaccines. Viruses don't stop at borders, so we have a duty to work with our global partners" Listen to 's message for the
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