Think Tanks et al

Think Tanks et al
Accessed 19 Dec 2020
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Center for Global Development [to 19 Dec 2020]
December 17, 2020
Questions on the COVID-19 Vaccine? We’ve Got Answers
At a recent CGD staff presentation of our work into COVID-19 vaccines, our colleagues raised a large number of interesting questions, so, we asked our colleagues to send in their questions on the COVID-19 vaccine portfolio.
Anthony McDonnell and Robert Van Exan
Chatham House [to 19 Dec 2020]
Accessed 19 Dec 2020
COVID-19 Vaccine: Reaching People in Areas Controlled by Armed Groups
Counterterrorism measures do not prohibit the provision of medical assistance – including vaccinations – or engagement with members of ‘terrorist’ groups in order to do so.
Expert Comment
16 December 2020
Emanuela-Chiara Gillard
Associate Fellow, International Law Programme


Accessed 19 Dec 2020
Online Event: Trusting a Covid-19 Vaccine: Where Do We Stand?
December 18, 2020

Council on Foreign Relations
Accessed 19 Dec 2020
December 18, 2020
Pharmaceuticals and Vaccines
What Is the World Doing to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines?
Governments and researchers have been working with an extremely ambitious timetable to provide billions of people with immunity to the new coronavirus. Now, the first vaccines are being distributed,
Backgrounder by Claire Felter
Pharmaceuticals and Vaccines
Covering the States’ COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plans
Conference Call by Susan Dentzer
December 17, 2020

Kaiser Family Foundation
Accessed 19 Dec 2020
December 18, 2020 News Release
Federal Rules Protect People from Bills for the COVID-19 Vaccine
As the first doses of the new COVID-19 vaccine are delivered to health care workers and other early recipients, many Americans are eager to know not only when the vaccine will be available to them but also whether they will be able to get it at no cost. The answer…

December 18, 2020 News Release
Poll: Large Majorities Now Say They Wear Masks Regularly and Can Continue Social Distancing for At Least Six Months if Needed, though Republicans Remain Less Likely to Take Such Precautions
As winter sets in and COVID-19 cases and deaths reach records in most parts of the country, more Americans say they wear masks every time they leave home now (73%) than said so in May (52%), a new KFF Health Tracking Poll finds. A small minority (11%) say they wear…

December 16, 2020 News Release
How are States Prioritizing Who Will Get the COVID-19 Vaccine First?
The first Americans were vaccinated today as COVID-19 vaccines are being distributed across the country. A new KFF review of states’ releases and statements about their vaccination priorities finds that most states are following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommendations for the…

December 15, 2020 News Release
KFF Launches New COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor to Track the Public’s Confidence in the Vaccine and Experiences for the Duration of the Pandemic
Republicans and Black Americans are More Likely to Be Hesitant but Even Among These Groups Reasons Vary KFF has launched a new COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor to dive deeply into the public’s views about the vaccine and experiences getting it for as long as the pandemic lasts. First results released today…