Think Tanks et al

Think Tanks et al
Brookings [to 18 Sep 2021]
Up Front
The game is not yet over, and vaccines still matter: Lessons from a study on Israel’s COVID-19 vaccination
Oren Heller, Yaniv Shlomo, Yung Chun, Mary Acri, and Michal Grinstein-Weiss
Monday, September 13, 2021
Center for Global Development [to 18 Sep 2021]
Accessed 18 Sep 2021
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Chatham House [to 18 Sep 2021]
Accessed 18 Sep 2021
[No new digest content identified]

Accessed 18 Sep 2021
Podcast Episode
Dr. LaQuandra S. Nesbitt: “Vaccine Requirements Will Get Us Over The Finish Line”
September 17, 2021 | By J. Stephen Morrison, H. Andrew Schwartz

Blog Post
In Southeast Asia, Privatized Vaccination Schemes Gain Traction
September 16, 2021 | By Simon Tran Hudes


Kaiser Family Foundation
September 14, 2021 News Release
Preventable Costs of Unvaccinated COVID-19 Patients Rise Sharply in August as Hospitalizations Surge
A surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations among people who have not been vaccinated in August is adding billions of dollars in preventable costs to the nation’s health-care system, an updated KFF analysis finds. In August, the new analysis estimates that the preventable costs of treating unvaccinated patients in  hospitals total $3.7…
Rand [to 18 Sep 2021]
Selected Research Reports, Featured Journal Articles
Identifying Strategies to Boost COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance in the United States
Sep 9, 2021
This report recommends strategies to help boost COVID-19 vaccine acceptance in the United States in order to reach herd immunity and end the pandemic.
Florian F. Schmitzberger, Kirstin W. Scott, Wilson Nham, Kusum Mathews, Lucy Schulson, Sydney Fouche, Nasma Berri, Alex Shehab, Ashwin Gupta, Rama A. Salhi, Neil Kamdar, Jennifer Bouey, Mahshid Abir
World Economic Forum [to 18 Sep 2021]
India Completes First Drone Delivery of Vaccines, Start of New Pilot Programme with World Economic Forum
News 18 Sep 2021

Majority Want to Prioritize Equitable Access to COVID-19 Vaccines Before Boosters
News 10 Sep 2021
Health experts say at least 60% of world’s population needs to be vaccinated by 2022 to get the current pandemic under control – but only 0.4% of doses have been administered in low-income countries
Majority would receive a booster shot, but think priority goes to people yet to have a full dose
Read the full report