Think Tanks

Think Tanks
Brookings [to 29 Jan 2022]
Accessed 29 Jan 2022
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
When a universal coronavirus vaccine arrives, we should test payments for vaccine recipients
Robert E. Litan
Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Africa in Focus
Vaccine inequity: Ensuring Africa is not left out
Michel Sidibé
Monday, January 24, 2022
Chatham House [to 29 Jan 2022]
Accessed 29 Jan 2022
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Accessed 29 Jan 2022
Upcoming Event
Covid-19 Vaccine Confidence at One Year
February 4, 2022

Podcast Episode
Dr. Michael Osterholm: “Don’t Be Surprised When You Are Surprised.”
January 28, 2022 | By H. Andrew Schwartz, J. Stephen Morrison

Innovative Data Collection Methods for International Development
January 26, 2022 | By Daniel F. Runde, Romina Bandura


Kaiser Family Foundation
Accessed 29 Jan 2022
January 28, 2022 News Release
42% of Adults, and 70% of Those Likely Booster-Eligible, Now Say They’ve Gotten a COVID-19 Booster Shot; The Share Who Received At Least One Dose Inches Up to 77% in Omicron’s Wake
Black and Hispanic Adults are More Likely Than White Adults to Worry About Omicron’s Effects, Including Becoming Seriously Ill or Missing Work Due to Infection The latest KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor report shows that 42% of all adults nationwide have received a COVID-19 booster and more than three quarters (77%)…

January 26, 2022 News Release
Key Facts on Health and Health Care by Race and Ethnicity
With the COVID-19 pandemic impacting communities of color disproportionately in their health and economic well-being, long-term racial and ethnic disparities have received growing attention. But these inequities in our health system are not new and are a part of larger issues of systemic racism. An updated KFF chart pack analyzes…