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Geoff Schuler Apr 18
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will contribute $US1 to UNICEF for every like or share of social media posts using the hashtag throughout the month of April, up to a total of $US1 million.
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Linda Girgis, MD Apr 18
During the month of April, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will donate $1 to for every social media post using the hashtag up to $1 million. Let's help help public health around the world and raise awareness of vaccine safety.
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Gates Foundation Apr 17
Measles vaccines 💉 have saved more than 20 million lives since the year 2000. and call for continued commitment to vaccines.
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Health Nerd Apr 16
It's called herd immunity - basically: 1. not everyone can get vaccinated 2. vaccines work about 98-99% of the time Because of 1 and 2 small percentage of kids are vulnerable to disease, which is why everyone who can should get vaccinated
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Apr 18
: Smallpox was eradicated, thanks to vaccines. Polio has been reduced from 350,000 cases in 1988 to 33 cases last year, thanks to vaccines. Measles deaths fell by over 95% since 1963, thanks to vaccines. Vaccinate your kids.
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World Health Organization Western Pacific Apr 18
Know the facts: If we stop vaccinating, diseases that have become uncommon return. Vaccines are a great tool that can eliminate diseases. Licensed vaccines are rigorously tested & monitored to make sure they’re safe and effective for you & your family. !
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World Health Organization (WHO) Apr 15
Preliminary global data on shows that reported cases rose by 300% in the first three months of 2019, compared to the same period in 2018. This follows consecutive increases over the past two years.
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WHO at the EU Apr 15
Vaccines have been one of the biggest success stories of modern medicine. Immunization saves millions of lives every year and is widely recognized as one of the world’s most successful and cost-effective health interventions. Yes, vaccines protect people!
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Gates Foundation Apr 17
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United Nations Apr 19
New global data shows that reported cases of measles rose by 300% in the first three months of 2019. & save lives. More from :
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jim o Apr 19
stop being idiots. Think science, it’s like religion but real
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CIHR Apr 18
Immunization plays a crucial role in preventing, treating and managing human diseases and illnesses
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Alt_DOH Apr 16
Say what now? and no... they won't make you magnetic.
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Simon Harris TD Apr 16
We need to do everything possible to counter the anti-vax myths. I intend to form an alliance of clinicians, policy makers and patient advocates to work on this
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United Nations Apr 18
to the 1950s, when polio was widespread, causing lifelong paralysis & even death. In 2018, there were only 33 confirmed cases worldwide. More on how from .
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UNICEF Apr 16
💪 Vaccines are safe. 💪 They go through the strictest quality standards. 💪 They are handled by skilled health staff. 💪 Most importantly, they save children’s lives. 💪
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TwistedDoodles Apr 17
As a microbiologist I can tell you that prevention is definitely better than cure. But I get that the idea of them is scary to some people. But so is the idea of a virus hijacking your cellular functions in order to replicate itself.
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Apr 15
Preliminary data shows that 2019 has seen over 112k cases reported from 170 countries so far, compared to over 28k cases from 163 countries this time last year. We can stop this by immunizing our children.
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Dr. Jaime Friedman Apr 19
Do you have someone in your life who doesn’t want to vaccinate their child? Check out this script guide on relaying the message that How to Talk to a Vaccine Skeptic
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UNICEF Apr 15
When parents don’t vaccinate their children, outbreaks happen. ‘Old’ diseases, long gone, may worm their way back into communities.
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