The Conversation first reported on the novel coronavirus on January 13 2020. A virologist reflects on what happened since he first wrote that article.

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January

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Health / Wellness

⚡️ A look back on the #BTSLoveMyself  campaign, as @BTS_twt  renew their commitment to helping UNICEF #ENDviolence  and promote self-esteem and well-being.

#AHRQ PSNet featured research discusses the impact of large-scale #patient  safety initiatives.

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New #webinar : "Creating Your Medical Advisory Board” on March 10 at 2:00pm ET. This webinar, presented as part of #NORD ’s RareLaunch® program, will inform #raredisease  #nonprofit  leaders about the process of developing a medical advisory board. Register:

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Nature gives us what we need. Food, clean air, and water are the foundations of all life on Earth. We must protect it not only for the future of the planet, but for our own future.

What does equality mean to me? 👧🏾👩🏾‍🦱👩🏾‍🦳Women in South Sudan respond. #GenerationEquality  #IWD2021 

"B1525, also seen in Denmark and Nigeria, has been added to a global watch list of troubling viral variants. It also has the E484K mutation, as well as some other mutations and deletions to its genome."

The White House agrees with APHA: The American Rescue Plan will provide important resources for public health and should be adopted without delay:

"Wales has the lowest productivity and earnings, approximately 15% below the UK average and around 40% below London. Yet at the same time, inequality is far higher within London than in any other part of the UK."

One of our hosts at #CityLab2021 , Freetown, Sierra Leone, Mayor@yakisawyerr  is bringing sustainable solutions to the city’s COVID recovery, like installing rainwater harvesting systems to make handwashing more accessible. Hear more of her vision for the future of Freetown:

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