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Call to Action for Ensuring Fair Prices for All Vaccines for All Countries with Limited Resources

  • We are calling on governments and international organisations around the world to address vaccine price as a matter of urgency, to protect the lives of present and future generations through global, equitable access to affordable vaccines.

  • Addressing the systemic issue of unaffordable vaccine prices requires a comprehensive, multi-stakeholder approach. This includes professional associations, non-profits, civil society & individuals.

  • We invite you to show your support for this Call to Action by signing on below.

Clinical Infectious Diseases: COVID-19 and Pregnancy Outcomes in Africa

We’re pleased to share AFREHealth’s publications on COVID-19 and Pregnancy in 6 African Countries and accompanying commentary that have just been e-published (ahead of print) under open access at the Clinical Infectious Diseases Journal website.
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) Infection and Pregnancy in Sub-Saharan Africa: A 6-Country Retrospective Cohort Analysis | Clinical Infectious Diseases | Oxford Academic (oup.com)

Prioritizing Pregnant Women for Coronavirus Disease 2019 Vaccination in African Countries | Clinical Infectious Diseases | Oxford Academic (oup.com)

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Now available & Open Access! The PIDJ Supplement - Antimicrobial Stewardship and Infection Prevention and Control in Low-and Middle-income Countries

WSPID is excited to announce that this Open Access supplement is now available on the PIDJ website. The supplement is the result of a successful global Peds ID collaboration, which started during a meeting at WSPID2019 in Manila. Many thanks to the supplement leads Mark Cotton, Mike Sharland, Susan Coffin and Penelope Bryant for their hard work and perseverance. WSPID is also extremely grateful to the supplement leads, Angela Dramowski and their institutions for their financial contribution enabling the supplement to be Open Access.

Read the supplement here