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Answering the Call

On Oct 23, 2020
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[email protected] tells the stories of six #WhartonGrad leaders making a difference in the fight against COVID-19: https://t.co/CpAAq8GF0K Pictured: ▪️@Go_Clove CEO Joe Ammon (WG'19) ▪️@TJUHospital CEO @SKlasko (WG'96) ▪️Fmr. U.S. Chief Sustainability Officer @Chrismit94 (WG'03) https://t.co/LumHDW5JCh
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Six Wharton alumni who are making a difference in the COVID-19 era and some of the many others who’ve joined the fight against the pandemic.

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On Oct 23, 2020
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[email protected] tells the stories of six #WhartonGrad leaders making a difference in the fight against COVID-19: https://t.co/CpAAq8GF0K Pictured: ▪️@Go_Clove CEO Joe Ammon (WG'19) ▪️@TJUHospital CEO @SKlasko (WG'96) ▪️Fmr. U.S. Chief Sustainability Officer @Chrismit94 (WG'03) https://t.co/LumHDW5JCh
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Answering the Call

Answering the Call

Six Wharton alumni who are making a difference in the COVID-19 era and some of the many others who’ve joined the fight against the pandemic.

World leaders make historic commitments to provide equal access to vaccines for all

World leaders make historic commitments to provide equal access to vaccines for all

The Global Vaccine Summit, hosted by the UK, raises US$ 8.8 billion from 32 donor governments and 12 foundations, corporations and organisations to immunise 300m children and support the ...

Public health workers can help increase flu vaccinations

Public health workers can help increase flu vaccinations

With this year’s flu season predicted to be a serious one, disease experts are calling on health workers to help boost vaccine rates.

Landmark moment in the fight against Ebola: What have we learnt?

Landmark moment in the fight against Ebola: What have we learnt?

On Monday, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) approved licensure of the Merck Ebola Vaccine (Ervebo). In 2014-2015, Wellcome supported the clinical trials for safety and efficacy for ...

An Army of Volunteers Is Taking On Vaccine Disinformation Online

An Army of Volunteers Is Taking On Vaccine Disinformation Online

Anti-vaccine messages on social media have tripled since the pandemic began. One public health group wants to teach pro-vaccine Americans to fight fire with fire.

WHO, Pharma, Gates and Government: Who’s Calling the Shots?

WHO, Pharma, Gates and Government: Who’s Calling the Shots?

Survey reveals that age and parenthood had more to do with vaccine hesitancy, with young adults and parents being less supportive of mandatory vaccination.

Johnson & Johnson Announces Donation of up to 500,000 Regimens of Janssen’s Investigational Ebola Vaccine to Support Outbreak Response in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)

Johnson & Johnson Announces Donation of up to 500,000 Regimens of Janssen’s Investigational Ebola Vaccine to Support Outbreak Response in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)

The government of the DRC supports use of Janssen’s vaccine regimen as part of expanded public health response to country’s Ebola outbreak – the second-worst on record

WHO and UNICEF warn of a decline in vaccinations during COVID-19

WHO and UNICEF warn of a decline in vaccinations during COVID-19

WHO and UNICEF call for immediate efforts to vaccinate all children as new data shows that, before the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccine coverage stalled at 85 per cent for nearly a decade, with ...

Action and awareness are needed to increase immunization rates

Action and awareness are needed to increase immunization rates

There is much work to be done to catch up with vaccinations missed because of the pandemic.

Lessons from Rwanda on how trust can help repair a broken health system

Lessons from Rwanda on how trust can help repair a broken health system

Rwanda's government has taken concerted, deliberate steps over the past 25 years to build a strong health system.

Confusion spreads over system to determine priority access to Covid-19 vaccines

Confusion spreads over system to determine priority access to Covid-19 vaccines

Public health experts are expressing concern and confusion over the process by which people will be given priority access to the vaccines.

2018 HPV Vaccine is Cancer Prevention Award Winner Spotlights

2018 HPV Vaccine is Cancer Prevention Award Winner Spotlights

Learn about the 2018 HPV Vaccine Is Cancer Prevention Champion Award Winners and how they have been able to achieve high HPV vaccine series completion rates.

Ebola vaccine hampered by deep distrust in eastern Congo

Ebola vaccine hampered by deep distrust in eastern Congo

"The rumors were if you got vaccinated you would die."