#Coronavirus Report: @WHO to released a scientific brief on Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children: I call on all clinicians worldwide to work with your national authorities and WHO to be on the alert and better understand this syndrome in children. #COVID19

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#Coronavirus Report: “ In the past weeks, reports from Europe & North America have described a small number of children being admitted to intensive care units with a multisystem inflammatory condition with some features similar to Kawasaki’s disease and toxic shock syndrome”-@DrTedros #COVID19

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#Coronavirus Report: ✅Carefully manage transition from lockdown ✅Enhance preparedness for possible second wave ✅Build bridges between health & social care ✅Create robust, resilient health systems of future @hans_kluge to CEI Heads of Govt at #COVID19 extraordinary meeting @CEI_Secretariat 1/2 @WHO_Europe

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#OnThisDay in 1796, the first documented vaccination was carried out by Edward Jenner when he inoculated James Phipps against #smallpox. Since then the disease has been eradicated @WHO

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More than 2,500 patients are taking part in large clinical trials coordinated by WHO to find an effective treatment for #COVID19. Read how one doctor in #Spain 🇪🇸involved in the trials sees his role https://t.co/60Qkrey821 #coronavirus #WHOImpact https://t.co/1XoxJ4CLz7

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“The #WHOAcademy app provides #healthworkers with mobile access to a wealth of #COVID19 resources, developed by WHO, that include up-to-the-minute guidance, tools, training, and virtual workshops that will help them care for COVID-19 patients and protect themselves”-@DrTedros

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“The new statistics shine a light on one of the key drivers of the #COVID19 pandemic: inequality. How is it that in 2020, approximately 1 billion people are spending at least 10% of their household budgets on health care?”-@DrTedros #WorldHealthData https://t.co/umXA3bZW0Z

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“However, the report reflects that the rate of progress is too slow to meet @GlobalGoalsUN and will be further thrown off track by #COVID19”-@DrTedros #WorldHealthData https://t.co/mujfpJudcz

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“Furthermore, lower-income countries dramatically scaled up access to services to prevent and treat HIV, malaria and tuberculosis, as well as a number of neglected tropical diseases such as guinea worm”-@DrTedros #WorldHealthData https://t.co/umXA3bZW0Z

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“The biggest gains were reported in low-income countries, which saw life expectancy rise by more than a fifth since the turn of the Millennium”-@DrTedros #WorldHealthData https://t.co/vxFQkn51uM

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