Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases: Center for Systems Science and Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

Posted Jul 11, 2020 |  by  GIGA-Focus, Wolfgang Hein, Anne Paschke

The key for slowing and stopping the COVID-19 pandemic without lockdowns lies in development of, and universal access to, effective drugs and vaccines, which are increasingly said to be “global public goods.” In this article for GIGA-Focus, Wolfgang Hein and Anne Paschke suggest that the concept of medicines as global public... Read More

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