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Recent Press Coverage

  1. Vaccines are among modern medicine’s greatest innovations, allowing billions of people to lead healthy lives. But stopping outbreaks of vaccine-preventable disease – and not only COVID-19 – depends on achieving critical mass with immunization campaigns.
    Published: August 2021
  2. A recent drop in South Africa’s COVID-19 cases offered a glimmer of hope as NPR tracked spikes in other countries including Algeria, Mozambique, and Namibia. PATH’s oxygen needs tracker added nuance to the analysis, as 13 countries’ needs surged.
    Published: July 2021
  3. Why don’t we have more thermostable, easy-to-administer vaccines?
    Published: June 2021
  4. Our tests will need frequent touch-ups to make sure that no mutations get past them.
    Published: June 2021
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  1. This important milestone will provide countries with an additional option for HPV vaccination at an affordable price and will contribute to sustainable supply of HPV vaccine—allowing more girls to be reached with HPV vaccines.
    Published: October 2021
    Type: Announcement
  2. Experts endorse successful completion of initial use period
    Published: October 2021
    Type: Press Release
  3. Published: October 2021
    Type: Press Release
  4. Vaccine shown to be cost-effective and trusted by caregivers and health care workers
    Published: October 2021
    Type: Statement
  5. PATH commits to helping vaccinate 70 percent of the world by September 2022, to saving lives now, and to better preparing the world for the next health threat.
    Published: September 2021
    Type: Press Release
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