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Bill Gates

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.
There are few people I’ve learned more from over the years–especially about viruses–than Peter Piot. This Q&A with him is an excellent, easy-to-understand primer on #COVID19:
I’ve 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.…
The international response will require funding for @CEPIvaccines’s development of a COVID-19 vaccine and for @gavi. Thanks to @BorisJohnson and the UK for this vital commitment.…
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:
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.
I’m connecting live with @TEDchris and @WhitPennRod to talk about what our healthcare systems need to tackle the #COVID19 pandemic and prepare for future epidemics.…
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:
I’m answering your questions about the #COVID19 coronavirus on @reddit in 10 minutes:
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.
We don’t 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.…
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
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’s why I’m optimistic that they can make an impact:
Melinda and I have met many stunted children in our travels. It’s heartbreaking and utterly preventable. Dr. @kopanomabaso is leading an incredible effort to eliminate child stunting from South Africa over the next decade.
Climate change is one of the toughest challenges the world has ever taken on. But I believe we can avoid a climate catastrophe if we take steps now to reduce emissions and find ways to adapt to a warmer world. Here’s how we’re approaching the challenge:
When Warren Buffett donated the bulk of his fortune to our foundation and joined us as a partner in its work, he urged us to “swing for the fences.” All these years later, that advice still guides how we think about our philanthropy:
Diseases that cause dementia are only diagnosed after symptoms start. To effectively treat these diseases, we need to be able to diagnose them decades earlier when they first take hold in the brain.…
We’re hopeful that our foundation’s work with Networks for School Improvement will help increase the number of Black, Latinx, and low-income students who graduate from high school and pursue postsecondary opportunities. Here’s why that’s so important:
It was a magical night. I'm very happy to support your foundation's incredible work.…
Vaccines are a miracle. But how exactly do they work? I explain the science behind vaccines and why our foundation’s investment in them is one of the best we’ve ever made:
Science is giving us the opportunity to improve lives around the world faster than ever before. Today I was honored to give a speech on this subject at the @aaas annual meeting. #AAASmtg
This is an incredible story about the power of vaccines. 13 million people are alive today thanks to @gavi. Here’s how:
The only way we'll achieve net-zero carbon emissions is if we innovate, deploy, and invest across all sectors. It's encouraging to see companies working to get our planet one step closer. Congratulations to all the winners of the #BreakthroughCanada initiative.…
When we first started our foundation, Melinda and I were optimistic about the power of innovation to drive progress. Twenty years later, we’re just as optimistic, and we’re still swinging for the fences:
In our new annual letter, @melindagates and I write about why we think the risks we’ve taken in the first two decades of our foundation have set us up for future progress.
The world must work together to slow the coronavirus outbreak, protect the most vulnerable, & develop tools to control this epidemic. We hope our commitment will catalyze response efforts and build on the work of @WHO & others to date.…
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I’m excited to team up with @rogerfederer again for the Match in Africa Friday in Cape Town. Playing alongside Roger is always a thrill, and I can’t wait to face off against @RafaelNadal and @Trevornoah.
As we conclude our foundation’s second decade of work in global health and education, I have never been more optimistic about the opportunity to improve life for the world’s poorest. I look forward to partnering with you on the work ahead.…
Thank you, Sue, for all of your contributions to our foundation. I look forward to continuing our work together on important health and education projects that will improve lives.…
If the world keeps up the fight against these neglected tropical diseases, we can improve the lives of millions of families: #WorldNTDDay
The world has only begun to tap into all the ways AI will help people live healthier lives. I’m excited about the launch of @Microsoft’s new AI for Health initiative, which connects researchers and organizations with world-class AI talent and resources.
We are committing $10 million in emergency funds and corresponding support to assist frontline responders in China and Africa in their efforts to contain the global spread of 2019-nCoV (coronavirus). Full statement:
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I joined @Twitter ten years (and a couple of days) ago. These are some of my favorite tweets. What’s your favorite tweet from the last ten years?
For twenty years, @gavi has worked to ensure that every child in the world is protected from preventable diseases. The results are incredible. But their work is far from done.…
I had a fascinating conversation with Vaclav Smil about what bacteria, babies, empires, and economies all have in common:
It's great to see Microsoft's leadership in this area. Avoiding the worst effects of climate change will require innovation and investment to get us to net zero carbon emissions across all sectors of the economy.…
These global health heroes have helped Bangladesh become a model for other countries for how to respond to infectious disease outbreaks:
It’s encouraging to see these results. Typhoid is especially deadly for young children, and a vaccine like this has the potential to save millions of lives.
Thanks to the work of this father–daughter dynamic duo, Bangladesh is moving toward a future of fewer disease outbreaks and more children reaching their fifth birthday.
Solving the world’s toughest challenges—like fighting the worst impacts of climate change—requires lots of new ideas and talented people working across many fields. I’m glad to see this effort to support this important work.…
Progress isn’t always easy to see. These charts show some of the ways that the world is getting better.
America’s tax system will be top of mind for many in 2020. Here’s what I really think.
If your New Year’s resolution is to be healthier in 2020, this book is a good place to start.
I’m glad @beautiful__news is highlighting some of the amazing things happening in the world.
Sir Fazle was a humanitarian who helped us learn about development work: Building an efficient organization while never forgetting who you were doing it for. We were saddened to hear of his passing and will forever draw inspiration from his work, as will the rest of the world.
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Vaclav Smil is one of my favorite thinkers, and I couldn’t wait to get my hands on his new book about the growth of *everything*.
What’s next for our foundation? I’m particularly excited about what the next year could mean for one of the best buys in global health: vaccines.
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