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If we learn the lessons of COVID-19, we can approach climate change more informed about the consequences of inaction, and more prepared to save lives and prevent the worst possible outcome. gatesnot.es/2ER2Q8J
COVID-19 is awful. Climate change could be worse.
gatesnotes.com
 
In his final words, John Lewis challenges all of us to continue to stand up for what we truly believe. “Together, you can redeem the soul of our nation.”

b-gat.es/2D66Fq2
Opinion | John Lewis: Together, You Can Redeem the Soul of Our Nation
nytimes.com
 
The impacts of COVID-19 are driving worrying increases in malnutrition and health outcomes. However, there are clear actions that can be taken in both the near- and long-term.
"Without timely action, the global prevalence of child wasting could rise by a shocking 14·3% due to #COVID19, translating to an additional estimated 6·7 million children with wasting in 2020"

NEW Comment from the #StandingTogetherForNutrition consortium hubs.ly/H0t0f1B0 pic.twitter.com/xNAZqmkV0W
 
 
In these challenging times, we can’t lose sight of the importance of combatting climate change. I’m excited to hear about how companies like @Microsoft are finding a way to play a role.
As part of our commitment to be carbon negative by 2030, Microsoft is testing hydrogen fuel cells to replace diesel. 🌱

Learn more: msft.it/6004TWIE0
 
 
It’s important that we continue to follow scientific data as we look for new tools to aid in the fight against coronavirus. b-gat.es/2BLu0wE
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
"We all have an obligation, a mission, and a mandate to do what we can. We must speak up for those who have been left out and left behind. We cannot afford to be silent."
 
“I truly believe that if there is faith and hope and determination, we can continue to lay progress and create an American community at peace with ourselves.”

John Lewis will continue to inspire generations of Americans.

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Why Getting Into Trouble is Necessary to Make Change
time.com
 
It’s hard to overstate how important finding a reliable, affordable, and easy-to-use diagnostic is for stopping Alzheimer’s. This is a big step towards that goal. b-gat.es/2X4b1EH
Amazing, Isnt It? Long-Sought Blood Test for Alzheimers in Reach
nytimes.com
 
Investments in digital technology that strengthen Africa’s food and health security will be critical to help the continent recover and thrive after the pandemic. b-gat.es/3jKyhl0
Investing in digital agriculture can help Africa beat the pandemic
news.trust.org
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
Three lessons that have been central to the #COVID19 response in South Africa, Liberia, & other countries:
🔸 Screening, tracing, & social distancing work
🔸 Experience with other outbreaks has been key
🔸 Nations don’t have to be wealthy to stay healthy gates.ly/3eHA7zx
Africa: In the fight against COVID-19, an unsung continent
gatesfoundation.org
 
"Our best strategy in the age-old fight against the germs is our collaborative, data-based effort to study the world around us and within us. Our best strategy is science." @MaxCRoser explains how vaccines have dramatically improved humanity’s ability to fight infectious disease.
Humanity’s history is a battle against the microbes. And for most of our history we were losing very decisively.

My new post – and visualization – on how vaccines allowed us to make progress against recurring epidemics of infectious diseases:
OurWorldInData.org/microbes-battl… pic.twitter.com/R9qs5Mq3jV
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
Not many of us get to live to see our own legacy play out in such a meaningful, remarkable way. John Lewis did:

medium.com/@BarackObama/m…
My Statement on the Passing of Rep. John Lewis
medium.com
 
This is a great loss for America, and for everyone who believes in making the world a more just place. John Lewis not only saw that our country could be better--he never stopped working to make it that way. We need leaders like him more than ever.
Breaking News: John Lewis has died at 80. A towering figure in the historic struggle for racial equality, he carried a mantle of moral authority into Congress. nyti.ms/3h8Uze4
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
Decision-makers can take steps right now to make sure the world recovers from this pandemic stronger, more prepared & more equal than it was before. The key: Women and girls must be at the center of the response. Read more in my piece in @ForeignAffairs. m-gat.es/390l4zn
The Pandemics Toll on Women
foreignaffairs.com
 
This hero is playing a critical role in Kenya’s preparations to tackle COVID-19 by scaling up medical oxygen supplies that will be needed to keep the most critically ill patients alive. pic.twitter.com/U2YcRgzSDA
Replying to @BillGates
Globally, a lack of medical oxygen–needed to treat pneumonia, malaria, and other diseases–leads to hundreds of thousands of deaths each year. @BernardOlayo founded @Hewa_Tele to address this often-overlooked challenge. gatesnot.es/3dSsqpI
Breathing new hope into Africas fight against COVID-19
gatesnotes.com
 
This hero is playing a critical role in Kenya’s preparations to tackle COVID-19 by scaling up medical oxygen supplies that will be needed to keep the most critically ill patients alive.
 
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Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
“It’s that clarity of language about the VALUE of black life in America that distinguishes #Juneteenth as emancipation day. But our ability to live up to that ideal as a nation is best measured in, the days, weeks, and years that followed.”

My latest:

washingtonpost.com/video/national…
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Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
"And I’ll never lose my faith that you and I can create an anti-racist America where racial disparities are nonexistent. Where Americans are no longer manipulated by racist ideas. Where Black lives matter." - @DrIbram accepting the 2016 #NBAwards for Nonfiction
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
When I think of emancipation, I think of all of the people who fought for freedom but who never got a chance to experience it. The end of slavery did not happen overnight, it came from intergenerational work by those who fought for a better world they knew they might never see.
 
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
Thinking today about my great-grandfather & his family who were enslaved here in Montgomery County, Maryland (just about 25 miles from where I live). Seeking to honor their memory through working to dismantle systemic racism & advance justice. #Juneteenth washingtonpost.com/history/2019/1…
washingtonpost.com
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
“Only those feigning blindness fail to see the body of work we are, and the work of body we have done.

Everything is what it is because of us.

It is a misunderstanding to believe that free fell upon us like a blessing.“

- Patricia Smith
#Juneteenth nytimes.com/interactive/20…
How We Juneteenth
nytimes.com
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
#Juneteenth recognizes & celebrates Black people’s freedom and the end of slavery in the US! 19 Jun 1865 Union Army General issued orders to free enslaved people in the retaken confederate territory of Texas 2 years after Lincoln signed the #EmancipationProclamation 1 Jan 1863.
 
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
Proud to share my thoughts in @NewYorker’s “injustice issue” on (and for) our beloved young people I call the #TrayvonGeneration. newyorker.com/magazine/2020/…
The Trayvon Generation
newyorker.com
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
1. This is Opal Lee, the force behind the movement to make #Juneteenth a national holiday. Also known as Freedom Day, it is the day that commemorates when slavery officially ended in the USA. At 93, Mrs. Lee keeps banging the drum for the recognition of this day.
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
Opal is 93 years old and a great interview. Take a listen
 
In reply to @BillGates
…in policing, criminal justice, education, health care, housing, the workplace and all other areas of their lives.
Replying to @BillGates
I am committed to listening and learning more about systemic racism and what I can do with my actions and words to help create a more equal and just future. Black lives matter.
 
The horrifying killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and far too many other Black people—and the protests they sparked—are shining a light on the brutal injustices that Black people experience every day…
Replying to @BillGates
…in policing, criminal justice, education, health care, housing, the workplace and all other areas of their lives.
 
The horrifying killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and far too many other Black people—and the protests they sparked—are shining a light on the brutal injustices that Black people experience every day…
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
Today world leaders pledged to fully support @gavi’s mission to give more children access to lifesaving vaccines and build a healthier world. We are grateful to the donors who made this moment possible and to @BorisJohnson and @DFID_UK for hosting a successful summit.
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
The video of George Floyd’s brutal death broke my heart. I’ve watched the protests that followed and have felt overwhelmed with solidarity. And I’m listening as Black advocates and activists call on every American to treat racial justice as a shared responsibility.
 
I continue to be inspired by all of the volunteers (including many retired health care workers and teachers) on the front lines of the fight against coronavirus each day.
 
Here are five books to read this summer if you want to learn more about pandemics or are looking for a distraction: gatesnot.es/3c4D7EG
 
Melinda recommended that I read The Choice, and I’m glad she did. I think many people will find comfort right now from Dr. Edith Eva Eger's suggestions on how to handle difficult situations. gatesnot.es/2WRWSek
An Auschwitz survivors guide to healing
gatesnotes.com
 
Today is #RedNoseDay. Their work has made an incredible impact to reduce child poverty in the US and around the world. bit.ly/3g9CEnS
A Campaign to End Child Poverty | Red Nose Day USA
rednoseday.org
 
The 1918 influenza outbreak is the closest comparison to what we’re living through right now. John Barry does a great job explaining the realities and lessons of that devastating pandemic. gatesnot.es/2XeN3pJ
This book taught me a lot about the Spanish Flu
gatesnotes.com
 
Most of my conversations these days are about COVID-19 and how we can stem the tide, but I’m also often asked about what I am reading and watching. Here are my 2020 summer book recommendations (plus a few other ideas for things to do at home). gatesnot.es/3bI6FaT
5 summer books and other things to do at home
gatesnotes.com
 
Had an extensive interaction with @BillGates. We discussed issues ranging from India’s efforts to fight Coronavirus, work of the @gatesfoundation in battling COVID-19, role of technology, innovation and producing a vaccine to cure the pandemic. nm-4.com/tke9
Thank you for the conversation and partnership, @narendramodi. Combating the pandemic requires global collaboration. India’s role is key as the world works to minimize social and economic impact, and pave the way to vaccine, testing, and treatment access for all. @PMOIndia
 
I’m hopeful that this program will improve our understanding of the coronavirus outbreak in Seattle and provide valuable information about the virus for other communities around the world. gatesnot.es/2AfADpF
Scanning for answers to a pandemic
gatesnotes.com
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
When will America be able to get back to work?

The answer depends on whether workers have caregiving options they can rely on. I write in the @washingtonpost about why caregiving must be a priority. m-gat.es/2WD9UuD
 
Class of 2020, these are not easy times. But we will get through them. And with your leadership, the world will be stronger than before. gatesnot.es/3flEOQV
Our message to the class of 2020
gatesnotes.com
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
To overcome #COVID19 the world doesn’t just need science. It needs a commitment to help people beat this virus wherever they live. Our foundation is proud to support this effort and will join in pledging the resources & brainpower to confront this globally.
 
There are over 100 different coronavirus vaccine candidates in the works. These candidates take a variety of approaches to protecting the body against COVID-19: gatesnot.es/3aYXP8d
 
Humankind has never had a more urgent task than creating broad immunity for coronavirus. It’s going to require a global cooperative effort like the world has never seen. But I know we’ll get it done. There’s simply no alternative. gatesnot.es/3d06cC2
What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine
gatesnotes.com
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
Developing a vaccine against #COVID19 is among the first steps to a solution.

Distributing the vaccine safely, effectively, and equitably must be one of the next. gates.ly/2VKVZ6G
A COVID-19 vaccine might be ready within 18 months. But what happens then?
gatesfoundation.org
 
We don't yet have all the tools we need to stop the novel coronavirus and safely re-open the economy. But they are on the horizon. gatesnot.es/2S2v7g9
The first modern pandemic
gatesnotes.com
 
 
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