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Everybody has a role to play in the response to #covid19 . Sometimes the catalyst is the physician on the front lines who sees the first few cases, connects the dots, and shares it on WeChat, like we saw from the first responders in China. And sometimes it’s you, practicing physical distancing and wearing a mask when appropriate.
In research, when people start applying their skills to new, urgent problems like COVID-19 and share that information openly, other people are able to jump in and make their own little sparks. With enough of those little sparks from different specialties around the world, it turns into a wildfire with a tremendous range of researchers all pointing their attention and their expertise to the crisis.
When such a huge community of people feels empowered to do something, it can change the world. Play your part in a global, coordinated response to COVID-19 by demanding action at @one . #passthemic #oneworld
Thanks Beanie, I’m so thrilled to be here to talk with you and your community today. Like Beanie mentioned, I’m Dr. Jennifer Gardy @jennifergardy and I’m the Deputy Director of Surveillance, Data, and Epidemiology on the Malaria team at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation @gatesfoundation .
Beanie asked me what’s the one thing I want everyone to know about overcoming the #covid19 pandemic, and it’s that it’s gonna take teamwork. After years of working in public health and infectious disease, I’ve learned that nothing good happens without an amazing multidisciplinary team. Even a small project takes a huge team of epidemiologists, mathematicians, nurses, social scientists, economists, and communities on the ground.
The only way we can fight pandemic-scale threats is through one global, coordinated approach. It's like the proverb of the blind men and the elephant. Each one can feel a little part of the elephant but none of them can really put the picture together until they all start to communicate and share. That's what we see anytime there's a disease outbreak. Everybody needs to chip in.
If we don’t, this will happen again and again. To use your voice and join a global, coordinated response to COVID-19, demand action at @one . #passthemic #oneworld
As lockdowns loosen around the world and we venture into our new normals in the wake of #covid19 , it’s more important than ever for us to stay tuned in to the experts who can tell us how to stay safe while so much is changing. That’s why I’m so excited to #passthemic and introduce everyone to public health expert Dr. Jennifer Gardy. @jennifergardy is the Deputy Director of Surveillance, Data, and Epidemiology on the Malaria team at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Before that, she worked for the BC Centre for Disease Control and the University of British Columbia’s School of Population and Public Health, where she studied genomics as a tool to understand how diseases spread. And she writes science books for kids. She’s a genius, ok?!
Today Dr. Gardy is here to explain what a coordinated global response to #covid19 looks like and why it’s the key to our recovery. If your mind is blown like mine and you want to find a way to get involved, demand action at @one . ONE World. ONE Global Response. #oneworld #passthemic
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