Bobby Brooke Herrera / Phd / Ebola Zika

Bobby Brooke Herrera, PhD ’18, researches cellular immune responses to the Ebola and Zika viruses, and is pursuing biological strategies to develop vaccines for those diseases.

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Bobby Brooke Herrera / Phd / Ebola Zika

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It's important for everyone to use all the tools available to help stop this pandemic as we learn more about how #COVID19  vaccines work in real-world conditions. Continue to wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet away from others. Learn more: .

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Lift lockdown outside St. John's, urge business owners across N.L.

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New #AHRQ  PSNet featured research examines preventable #medication  errors.

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For many children, not being able to go to school means missing out on 🍛 a daily meal 🚽 safe sanitation 🩺 health services As the world is facing an education crisis, we're joining @UNICEF , @WHO  and @WFP  in calling for greater investments in education.

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Oxygen was in short supply in several countries even before #COVID19  , which can increase demand in health facilities as much as 5-7 times above normal times

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Oxygen is an essential medicine used to care for many types of patients, including for: - Surgery - Trauma - Heart failure - Asthma - Pneumonia - Maternal and child care - #COVID19 

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Health workers have been at the forefront of the #COVID19  response: often under-protected and over-exposed. Sign the #VaccinEquity  declaration to accelerate the rollout of life-saving vaccines to health workers everywhere. 👉

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UNAIDS welcomes the @UN  General Assembly decision to hold a High-level Meeting on HIV in June 2021. “World leaders must seize this opportunity to maintain their focus & commitment on ending AIDS as a public health threat as part of the 2030 #GlobalGoals ,” said @Winnie_Byanyima .

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