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Prof. Devi Sridhar Retweeted ·  
Rafael Nadal comes back from 1-3 down in the 4th set to beat Francisco Cerundolo 6-4, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 and reach the 2nd round at #Wimbledon.
 
Prof. Devi Sridhar Retweeted ·  
Second case of #Monkeypox detected in a child - now a child in the #Netherlands (not many details available)

A case was reported over the weekend in #France

bndestem.nl/binnenland/voo…
 
Can’t believe we’re at the point of reminding the public & companies that keeping poo 💩 out of the water we use (for swimming or playing) is important. Dirty water & poor sanitation are a major cause of disease globally.
Replying to @devisridhar
It’s like we’ve forgotten the basics of being healthy: clean water, hygiene, clean air, real food, green spaces-> and how nature is our biggest gift and often source of happiness. Not consuming more and more stuff (thinking it will make us happy) & creating more rubbish & waste.
 
Can’t believe we’re at the point of reminding the public & companies that keeping poo 💩 out of the water we use (for swimming or playing) is important. Dirty water & poor sanitation are a major cause of disease globally.
Keeping human faeces out of the waterways people use recreationally is a key public health intervention.

Water companies can and should act on sewage and effluent discharge.

We lay out why and how below.

gov.uk/government/new… pic.twitter.com/JixdmvGQaj
 
Morning- why has polio been detected in London, how was it identified & what’s the appropriate public health response? My column here: theguardian.com/commentisfree/…
 
Few things more stressful than having a loved one ill & seeing them suffer. Sending warmth & strength to all those caring for others & taking on daily tasks that our society doesn’t notice or value adequately.
 
Prof. Devi Sridhar Retweeted ·  
…and breathe 🧘

The best health and wellbeing books of 2022 (so far) picked by FT science commentator @anjahuja@devisridhar, @Dr_Julie_Smith and @gavinfranc all feature on her list📚 #summerbooks2022 on.ft.com/3OooTlP
 
New Guardian column: Covid-19 variants, monkeypox and now polio: you might wonder what else will be thrown at us in 2022. theguardian.com/commentisfree/…
Replying to @devisridhar
Surveillance is essential.
 
 
New Guardian column: Covid-19 variants, monkeypox and now polio: you might wonder what else will be thrown at us in 2022. theguardian.com/commentisfree/…
 
Prof. Devi Sridhar Retweeted ·  
This book (‘Preventable’ by prof. @DeviSridhar) is a ‘must-read’ for everybody involved in handling the coronacrisis and pandemic peparedness!
@Onderzoeksraad @2eKamertweets @MinisterVWS
 
In reply to @devisridhar
He notes that even *pre-publication* certain outlets were nasty about my book- they already gave a negative review before reading it. Shows how tribal society has become. pic.twitter.com/8k3fmyYkc0
Replying to @devisridhar
The book has been written with future readers in mind - as a resource for those wanting to understand pandemic years/decades into the future.
 
In reply to @devisridhar
Also appreciate this thoughtful review of Preventable in @ForeignPolicy by David Adler foreignpolicy.com/2022/06/26/cor…
Replying to @devisridhar
He notes that even *pre-publication* certain outlets were nasty about my book- they already gave a negative review before reading it. Shows how tribal society has become.
 
Happy Mon! Guess what? @Wimbledon 🎾 starts today. Which players are you following? Serena Williams, Rafa Nadal & Andy Murray all playing. Did you know Serena named her dog Rafa?
Replying to @devisridhar
Also appreciate this thoughtful review of Preventable in @ForeignPolicy by David Adler foreignpolicy.com/2022/06/26/cor…
 
Happy Mon! Guess what? @Wimbledon 🎾 starts today. Which players are you following? Serena Williams, Rafa Nadal & Andy Murray all playing. Did you know Serena named her dog Rafa?
 
An increasing number of people I know are testing positive for COVID & quite a few are unwell at home. Reminder that it’s not your fault if you get COVID, it’s not your fault if you’re sicker than others you know & your employer should offer sick leave so you can rest & recover.
 
Though I’ve lived here for years & it’s a stunning place, still can’t get over how cold Scotland is in summer 🥶- Arctic breeze every few seconds.
 
Monkeypox not a PHEIC. My reading -> yes it’s a major problem & requires strong response. But Monkeypox (along w/other neglected diseases) has been a problem in certain African countries for a while -> just bc it’s now in rich countries, doesn’t justify emergency declaration.
The IHR Emergency Committee for multi-country #monkeypox outbreak advised the WHO DG that the event, currently, does not constitute a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). @DrTedros accepted the Committee’s advice.

📌 bit.ly/3niOHUM pic.twitter.com/Uj0DgV5fbm
 
Prof. Devi Sridhar Retweeted ·  
Two Pfizer and BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine boosters updated to target the Omicron variant show a substantially higher immune response than the current Covid-19 vaccine. cnn.it/3A8pvI6
 
Prof. Devi Sridhar Retweeted ·  
In reply to @ftweekend
…and breathe 🧘 The best health and wellbeing books of 2022 (so far) picked by FT science commentator @anjahuja@devisridhar, @Dr_Julie_Smith and @gavinfranc all feature on her list📚 #summerbooks2022 ft.com/content/379f9d…
 
Prof. Devi Sridhar Retweeted ·  
In September I’m hosting my 3rd exhibition of art I create by holding a paintbrush in my mouth.

It’s free and open to everyone! I hope to see you there!

Visit henryfraserart.com to view my artwork 🖼🖌🎨
 
PT-related tweet: as part of healthy ageing, good to incorporate strength & resistance training into fitness. Too many people (esp women) seem afraid of weights thinking they’ll get bulky. It’s actually hard to get muscly without certain diet & nothing wrong with muscle 💪.
 
He didn’t mention COVID at all despite rates being super high now. Where is the UK on offering boosters (enhanced protection from severe illness) this Summer/Autumn before a likely 22/23 winter wave?
 
He didn’t mention COVID at all despite rates being super high now. Where is the UK on offering boosters (enhanced protection from severe illness) this Summer/Autumn before a likely 22/23 winter wave?
Interesting that the PM acknowledged he “stuffed up” - the closest I’ve heard to acknowledging personal failings in an interview.
 
Prof. Devi Sridhar Retweeted ·  
Abortion is legal in California.

It will remain that way.

I just signed a bill that makes our state a safe haven for women across the nation.

We will not cooperate with any states that attempt to prosecute women or doctors for receiving or providing reproductive care.
 
 
Thank you 😊- Cardiff is lovely so hope the train ride is worth it. Cornwall is also tbh!
In reply to @devisridhar
@devisridhar On the slowest train imaginable between Cornwall and Cardiff but riveted by Preventable. Thank you! You have been a keystone wise voice throughout and the book is fascinating.
 
Prof. Devi Sridhar Retweeted ·  
Breaking News: The Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to abortion after almost 50 years in a decision that will transform American life. nyti.ms/3OHEhcL
Live Updates: Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade
nytimes.com
 
As expected, BA.4/5 have kicked off a new wave & high infection levels. What does this mean? My take in the Guardian ICYMI theguardian.com/commentisfree/…
Dont be complacent, another Covid wave is coming. Heres how we can manage it | Devi Sridhar
theguardian.com
The latest data from our #COVID19 Infection Survey show infection rates have continued to increase across all four UK countries, likely driven by the Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 variants ow.ly/c9to50JGwl4 pic.twitter.com/ZP70ZMOili
 
Prof. Devi Sridhar Retweeted ·  
How could anyone not enjoy the read. Loved reading it @devisridhar When's the sequel due? Potential titles; Preventable II, obviously, but could be, Treatable, Undeniable or....
 
Presenting a new 3 part series for @BBCRadio4 on the key changes in science which the Covid-19 pandemic caused. - first episode Friday 8th July at 11am. Listen here or on the radio: bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00…
BBC Radio 4 - How Covid Changed Science
bbc.co.uk
 
Happy Fri! 🎉 We’re officially into summer 🏝 & huge thanks to @anjahuja @ftweekend for choosing Preventable as a summer 📚 read. I hope you’ll enjoy reading it!
Replying to @devisridhar
Also I know many of you are concerned about polio news -Guardian column out soon on this. Plus about our current wave of COVID & Monkeypox. What do you want more info on? I can’t answer everything but try my best to incorporate into articles.
 
Happy Fri! 🎉 We’re officially into summer 🏝 & huge thanks to @anjahuja @ftweekend for choosing Preventable as a summer 📚 read. I hope you’ll enjoy reading it!
In reply to @ftweekend
…and breathe 🧘 The best health and wellbeing books of 2022 (so far) picked by FT science commentator @anjahuja@devisridhar, @Dr_Julie_Smith and @gavinfranc all feature on her list📚 #summerbooks2022 ft.com/content/379f9d…
 
I’m kind of excited for Wimbledon 🎾 😋 (disclaimer: eat as part of a balanced and nutritious diet)
 
In reply to @devisridhar
With a great team, magic is possible- just a brilliant day at the Uni 👏 pic.twitter.com/eIk3P31H4U
Replying to @devisridhar
Today’s @GlobalHealthGP workshop was led by Joey Brooke, final year med student & researcher on our team. First met her 6 years back & 👏 today she chaired a brilliant workshop on sustainability & COVID-19.
 
WHO convenes an Emergency Committee today to advise the Director-General Dr Tedros if the global spread of Monkeypox comprises a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (highest alarm bell of the UN system) who.int/emergencies/di…
Replying to @devisridhar
I did a short video for @WHO which describes the Emergency Committee process & the role of WHO in outbreaks (this one was for COVID but broadly applicable)
 
WHO convenes an Emergency Committee today to advise the Director-General Dr Tedros if the global spread of Monkeypox comprises a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (highest alarm bell of the UN system) who.int/emergencies/di…
 
In reply to @devisridhar
For polio, we have a safe & effective vaccine that's part of routine childhood immunisation. The best way to protect yourself & your family is through vaccination & also good hygiene (often spreads through 💩). Polio is a serious disease and can cause death & paralysis (2/3).
Replying to @devisridhar
It feels like a step backward given how close we were to global eradication (only endemic in Afghanistan & Pakistan) but we've managed it before, and it will be controlled again. More details in our 2019 article on polio (3/3) gh.bmj.com/content/4/4/e0…
Polio: from eradication to systematic, sustained control
gh.bmj.com
 
Most people's intro to global health has been through COVID. But each disease requires a tailored public health response depending on the tools we have, how they work & how the disease spreads. For polio, public health teams are working hard to identify cases & limit spread (1/3)
Replying to @devisridhar
For polio, we have a safe & effective vaccine that's part of routine childhood immunisation. The best way to protect yourself & your family is through vaccination & also good hygiene (often spreads through 💩). Polio is a serious disease and can cause death & paralysis (2/3).
 
Most people's intro to global health has been through COVID. But each disease requires a tailored public health response depending on the tools we have, how they work & how the disease spreads. For polio, public health teams are working hard to identify cases & limit spread (1/3)
Traces of the polio virus have been found in London's sewage network.

Dr Devi Sridhar, Professor in Global Public Health, joins @kayburley as health officials declare a national incident.

🕐 7:20
👉 #KayBurley
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📱 Watch live: trib.al/NJ70lwb pic.twitter.com/SxibiiEFA7
 
Last case of wild polio in UK was 1984 & no clear transmission/cases found yet. But good reminder to ensure vaccinations up to date (polio is part of routine childhood vax, on vaccine pass as IPV) & good hygiene (often transmitted through 💩).
Replying to @devisridhar
If you want more info on the background of polio, we wrote this article in 2019 on the global picture gh.bmj.com/content/4/4/e0…
Polio: from eradication to systematic, sustained control
gh.bmj.com
 
US steams ahead with COVID vaccine for under 5s 👏- would be good to have UK JCVI decision on this soon as well as on broader booster campaign. Summer is the time to prepare for winter.
Great news for parents: The COVID-19 vaccine is approved for kids under 5. As appointments ramp up, you’ll be able to find a vaccine at pediatricians’ offices, pharmacies, and more. It's safe and effective—this is another big step to protect our loved ones and communities.
 
Prof. Devi Sridhar Retweeted ·  
In reply to @CervanteeWild
Excellent return train reading provided courtesy of @devisridhar 🙌
 
Last case of wild polio in UK was 1984 & no clear transmission/cases found yet. But good reminder to ensure vaccinations up to date (polio is part of routine childhood vax, on vaccine pass as IPV) & good hygiene (often transmitted through 💩).
Parents told to make sure children's polio vaccinations are up to date after number of virus samples found in London sewage bbc.in/3HHBgqG
 
In reply to @devisridhar
Dr Gwenetta Curry & Prof Kenny Baillie talking about their ongoing research during the pandemic & interplay of medicine, genetics, inequality & ethnicity/race. pic.twitter.com/rKMfNyvs5K
Replying to @devisridhar
With a great team, magic is possible- just a brilliant day at the Uni 👏
 
In reply to @devisridhar
Third talk by Jay Patel on AMR (in 2019, 10th biggest cause of death directly & 2nd largest indirectly & top cause of health loss largely in Sub-Saharan Africa & South Asia) pic.twitter.com/sGKqgcqlYc
Replying to @devisridhar
Dr Gwenetta Curry & Prof Kenny Baillie talking about their ongoing research during the pandemic & interplay of medicine, genetics, inequality & ethnicity/race.
 
In reply to @devisridhar
Next talk by Dr Maartje Kletter on health care worker burn-out & how various governments are addressing this common challenge given strain COVID has put on staff pic.twitter.com/CchL4VwrIO
Replying to @devisridhar
Third talk by Jay Patel on AMR (in 2019, 10th biggest cause of death directly & 2nd largest indirectly & top cause of health loss largely in Sub-Saharan Africa & South Asia)
 
In reply to @devisridhar
First talk on Long COVID & how various health systems are dealing with a new disease by Dr Cervantee Wild pic.twitter.com/gpxmILA5Xp
Replying to @devisridhar
Next talk by Dr Maartje Kletter on health care worker burn-out & how various governments are addressing this common challenge given strain COVID has put on staff
 
As part of our commitment to the student community at Edinburgh, we @GlobalHealthGP hosted an in-person workshop sharing latest research on COVID 🧵
Replying to @devisridhar
First talk on Long COVID & how various health systems are dealing with a new disease by Dr Cervantee Wild
 
As part of our commitment to the student community at Edinburgh, we @GlobalHealthGP hosted an in-person workshop sharing latest research on COVID 🧵
 
 
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