Think Tanks et al

Think Tanks et al
Accessed 3 Jul 2021
Vaccine passports underscore the necessity of U.S. privacy legislation
Nicol Turner Lee, Samantha Lai, and Emily Skahill
Monday, June 28, 2021
Center for Global Development [to 3 Jul 2021]
Plus ça change: COVID-19 and Its Collateral Impact during the Vaccine Era
July 1, 2021
Over the past year we partnered with researchers in Kenya, the Philippines, South Africa, and Uganda to document, from a whole-of-health perspective, what we know about the nature, scale, and scope of COVID-19’s disruptions to essential health services in those countries, and the health effects of such disruptions. In a working paper released today, we build on a blog we published in March when we released working papers from each country team (the papers are available here: Kenya, the Philippines, South Africa, Uganda). In this new working paper, we summarize the results and lessons across the four countries in more detail.  We also tie together many of the blogs we have written on this topic over the past year (this series of blogs can be found here).
Damian Walker et al.
Chatham House [to 3 Jul 2021]
Accessed 3 Jul 2021
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Accessed 3 Jul 2021
Blog Post
Covid-19’s Toll on Youth in Southeast Asia
July 2, 2021

Podcast Episode
Richard Hatchett on CEPI in the Covid-19 Era
July 1, 2021 | By J. Stephen Morrison

CEPI 2.0: A Critical Inflection Point
June 29, 2021

The Reality of Rolling Out COVID-19 Vaccines
June 29, 2021

The CPTPP and Intellectual Property Rights Protection
June 28, 2021 | By Joanna Shelton


Kaiser Family Foundation
June 30, 2021 News Release
Workers Are More Likely to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine When Their Employers Encourage It and Provide Paid Sick Leave, Though Most Workers Don’t Want Their Employers to Require It
A Third of Parents with Kids Ages 12-17 Report Their Kids Are Now Vaccinated; Most Parents Oppose Mandatory Vaccinations for School Children As more employers return to in-person work, the latest KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor report shows that workers are more likely to have gotten a COVID-19 vaccine when their…
Urban Institute [to 3 Jul 2021]
COVID-19 Vaccine Attitudes among Nonelderly Adults Who Reported Being Unlikely to Get Vaccinated
Adults’ decisionmaking about getting the COVID-19 vaccines is complex. This brief provides qualitative insights from interviews conducted in February 2021 with 40 nonelderly adults who reported in the Urban Institute’s December 2020 Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey (WBNS) that they would probably or definitely not get a COVID-19 vaccine. Our key findings are as follows: As of February 2021, most interviewees
Dulce Gonzalez, Haley Samuel-Jakubos, Brigette Courtot, Clara Alvarez Caraveo, Joshua Aarons
June 21, 2021