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Last 50 tweets from @BillGates
Bill Gates Retweeted 路  
The video of George Floyd鈥檚 brutal death broke my heart. I鈥檝e watched the protests that followed and have felt overwhelmed with solidarity. And I鈥檓 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鈥檓 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鈥檙e 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鈥檓 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鈥檚 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鈥檚 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鈥檓 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 路  
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
washingtonpost.com
 
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 路  
To overcome #COVID19 the world doesn鈥檛 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鈥檚 going to require a global cooperative effort like the world has never seen. But I know we鈥檒l get it done. There鈥檚 simply no alternative. gatesnot.es/3d06cC2
What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine
gatesnotes.com
 
Bill Gates Retweeted 路  
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
 
This is a great introduction to computer science concepts for students at all levels. I鈥檓 looking forward to joining today鈥檚 Code Break.
In reply to @codeorg
Studying alone? Take a #CodeBreak! Join our live, interactive computer science classroom featuring @codeorg founder @hadip + special guests, every Wednesday at 10am PT/1pm ET. Sign up or see activities and past episodes at code.org/break.
 
Halting funding for the World Health Organization during a world health crisis is as dangerous as it sounds. Their work is slowing the spread of COVID-19 and if that work is stopped no other organization can replace them. The world needs @WHO now more than ever.
 
.@NickKristof does an amazing job capturing the heroism of the health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus fight.
I spent 2 days in the "hot zone" in New York hospitals, witnessing needless death and heartache, and heroic, shattered health workers. One doctor spends her days treating patients, holding their hands--then goes home and cries. Her message: "Stay home."
nyti.ms/3a1GATB
 
On #WorldHealthDay 鈥 and every day 鈥 I want to thank all of the health heroes for their sacrifices and for keeping us safe.
 
I always enjoy chatting with @Trevornoah, even though we had to sit a little bit further apart than usual this time.
 
It鈥檚 encouraging to see the first projects begin from our effort to accelerate safe and effective drugs for #COVID19.
We鈥檙e hopeful these first three grants through the COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator will advance our understanding of how existing drugs can fight the #COVID19 pandemic. Thanks to new partners @ChanZuckerberg @Madonna @GOVUK. gates.ly/2X5F5Rp
 
I鈥檓 excited to join the @khanacademy Daily Homeroom today to talk about the incredible ways parents, teachers, and students are coming together to keep learning while schools are closed.
馃帀BIG NEWS!馃帀 @billgates - yes, Bill Gates - is joining Sal on our Daily Homeroom live stream this Friday at noon PT on YouTube and Facebook! 馃悙馃悙
YouTube: bit.ly/Homeroom-BillG鈥
Facebook: bit.ly/Homeroom-BillG鈥 pic.twitter.com/5KyuPZpxsd
 
In reply to @BillGates
In the meantime, frontline health care workers are making heroic efforts to test and treat patients across the United States and the world. Here in my hometown, Public Health Seattle & King County (@KCPubHealth) is doing incredible work that we should all be very proud of.
Replying to @BillGates
If we make the right decisions now鈥攊nformed by science, data and the experience of medical professionals鈥攚e can save lives and get the country back to work. You can read more about my thoughts on #COVID19 on my blog. gatesnot.es/346lgek
Epidemic preparedness
gatesnotes.com
 
In reply to @BillGates
All the work that rich countries are doing now to develop vaccines will save lives in developing countries too. Without a vaccine, those countries are at even greater risk than wealthy ones, because it鈥檚 even harder for them to do physical distancing and shutdowns.
Replying to @BillGates
In the meantime, frontline health care workers are making heroic efforts to test and treat patients across the United States and the world. Here in my hometown, Public Health Seattle & King County (@KCPubHealth) is doing incredible work that we should all be very proud of.
 
In reply to @BillGates
If everything goes well, there might be an effective vaccine in less than 18 months鈥攖he fastest a vaccine has ever been developed. That will depend on decisions we make today, including the federal government investing in building up manufacturing capacity.
Replying to @BillGates
All the work that rich countries are doing now to develop vaccines will save lives in developing countries too. Without a vaccine, those countries are at even greater risk than wealthy ones, because it鈥檚 even harder for them to do physical distancing and shutdowns.
 
In reply to @BillGates
Work is going full speed on potential treatments, and vaccines. But people should know that it will take time to prove they are safe and effective and to start making them.
Replying to @BillGates
If everything goes well, there might be an effective vaccine in less than 18 months鈥攖he fastest a vaccine has ever been developed. That will depend on decisions we make today, including the federal government investing in building up manufacturing capacity.
 
In reply to @BillGates
There鈥檚 been some progress on more efficient testing methods, such as the self-swab developed by the Seattle Coronavirus Assessment Network. I hope this and other innovations in testing are scaled up across the country soon. bit.ly/2yodiRH
Replying to @BillGates
Work is going full speed on potential treatments, and vaccines. But people should know that it will take time to prove they are safe and effective and to start making them.
 
In reply to @BillGates
The federal government needs to step up on testing: far more tests should be made available, and we should aggregate the results so we can quickly identify potential volunteers for clinical trials and know with confidence when it鈥檚 time to return to normal.
Replying to @BillGates
There鈥檚 been some progress on more efficient testing methods, such as the self-swab developed by the Seattle Coronavirus Assessment Network. I hope this and other innovations in testing are scaled up across the country soon. bit.ly/2yodiRH
 
In reply to @BillGates
Extreme physical distancing measures will make a big difference in the U.S., but we need a consistent nationwide approach. Until the case numbers start to go down across America鈥攚hich could take 10 weeks or more鈥攏o one can continue business as usual or relax the shutdown.
Replying to @BillGates
The federal government needs to step up on testing: far more tests should be made available, and we should aggregate the results so we can quickly identify potential volunteers for clinical trials and know with confidence when it鈥檚 time to return to normal.
 
There鈥檚 no question the United States missed the opportunity to get ahead of the novel #coronavirus. But the window for making important decisions hasn鈥檛 closed. The choices we and our leaders make now will have an enormous impact. wapo.st/2R4BKho
Replying to @BillGates
Extreme physical distancing measures will make a big difference in the U.S., but we need a consistent nationwide approach. Until the case numbers start to go down across America鈥攚hich could take 10 weeks or more鈥攏o one can continue business as usual or relax the shutdown.
 
There鈥檚 no question the United States missed the opportunity to get ahead of the novel #coronavirus. But the window for making important decisions hasn鈥檛 closed. The choices we and our leaders make now will have an enormous impact. wapo.st/2R4BKho
washingtonpost.com
 
I鈥檓 inspired by the generosity of everyone who has contributed to this effort to help keep kids learning at home. Thank you to @DonorsChoose and especially the educators who are doing amazing things for their students every day.
Thank you to everyone who has supported #KeepKidsLearning so far! In just two days last week, over 7K people gave nearly $1M, which, thanks to a match from @BillGates & @MelindaGates, will help thousands of teachers get supplies to their students at home. bit.ly/2JvPa21
 
One of the questions I am most often asked about the #COVID19 pandemic is how, and when, it will end. This article by @edyong209 does a really good job of outlining the steps we need to take. b-gat.es/2QU3Njx
How the Pandemic Will End
theatlantic.com
 
This impressive new tool from @IHME_UW will help hospitals, policymakers, and the general public better understand and prepare for the #COVID19 response in the U.S. b-gat.es/2QShVtV
IHME | COVID-19 Projections
covid19.healthdata.org
 
This is encouraging news, but we still have a lot of work to do. Extreme physical distancing and testing are the best tools we have right now to slow the spread of novel coronavirus. b-gat.es/2UqwcA4
Where the U.S. Stands Now on Coronavirus Testing
nytimes.com
 
There are few people I鈥檝e learned more from over the years鈥揺specially about viruses鈥搕han Peter Piot. This Q&A with him is an excellent, easy-to-understand primer on #COVID19: b-gat.es/3bBcIyC
 
I鈥檝e been impressed by governors across the country including @JayInslee, @NYGovCuomo, @GavinNewsom, @GovMikeDeWine, @GovLarryHogan, and the many others who are guiding their communities through this challenge and providing a model for us all to follow.
 
Thanks to Norway and Prime Minister @erna_solberg for their ongoing leadership in global health and important investments in vaccines.
Now we increase support for @CEPIvaccines by 2.2 billion to develop a vaccine against corona! Cepi will also ensure a fair distribution of the vaccine so that it also reaches the most vulnerable and poor countries in the world.
vg.no/nyheter/innenr鈥
 
The international response will require funding for @CEPIVaccines鈥檚 development of a COVID-19 vaccine and for @Gavi. Thanks to @BorisJohnson and the UK for this vital commitment.
Governments around the world must step up to help us defeat #coronavirus.

I鈥檝e announced a further 拢210m of aid funding for vaccine research following today's G20 call, meaning the UK is going above and beyond in the search for a vaccine.

鉃★笍 gov.uk/government/new鈥 pic.twitter.com/xLahX2PYyB
 
Lots of people in Seattle have asked how they can help those impacted by #COVID19 locally. @allinseattle has done a great job identifying organizations who are already on the ground and deploying resources quickly to help our friends and neighbors: allinseattle.org
 
Thanks for your leadership, @rogerfederer. This is an inspiring contribution and will make a big difference for families.
 
Teachers are doing incredible work to keep kids learning while at home. To help get supplies to those most in need, Melinda and I will double your impact, up to $1 million total, when you give to @DonorsChoose coronavirus relief effort today and tomorrow. b-gat.es/2y90zlY
Coronavirus Relief: Keep Kids Learning | DonorsChoose
donorschoose.org
 
I鈥檓 connecting live with @TEDchris and @WhitPennRod to talk about what our healthcare systems need to tackle the #COVID19 pandemic and prepare for future epidemics.
We鈥檙e live with @BillGates, Microsoft co-founder, philanthropist and TED speaker, to talk about the healthcare systems in dire need of fixing. Join us on Facebook now: t.ted.com/t9R1DSR #TEDConnects
 
Thanks @reddit for joining me yesterday to discuss the #COVID19 pandemic and what we can do to prevent the next one. Here's a recap of the conversation: gatesnot.es/3b9T8sP
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I鈥檓 answering your questions about the #COVID19 coronavirus on @reddit in 10 minutes: b-gat.es/2xJYgp3
 
I know many parents are looking for resources and ideas to help their kids continue learning while home. @khanacademy has created daily schedules with interactive content--exercises, videos and articles--for students in every grade. b-gat.es/2TXzBpI
Khan Academy | Free Online Courses, Lessons & Practice
khanacademy.org
 
We don鈥檛 yet have all the tools we need to fight COVID-19. This is an important step toward having treatments, while we also explore vaccines and diagnostics. Thanks to @wellcometrust and @mastercard for launching this effort with us.
We鈥檙e joining forces with @wellcometrust and @Mastercard to create the #COVID19 Therapeutics Accelerator to identify, assess, develop, and scale-up treatments to the epidemic. gates.ly/2vcyxoy pic.twitter.com/q9aKjdIW2A
 
COVID-19 could be a once-in-a-century pandemic, but the good news is that there are steps we can take now to slow its impact and help us respond more effectively when the next epidemic arrives. #COVID19 gatesnot.es/2I3joc3
How to respond to COVID-19
gatesnotes.com
 
1 in 4 children under five in South Africa are stunted. The @GrowGreatZA Campaign is empowering new and pregnant moms to keep their children healthy. Here鈥檚 why I鈥檓 optimistic that they can make an impact: gatesnot.es/2T0Q9wz
 
 
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