If you are in the path of Hurricane #Zeta, prepare yourself & your family for power outages now. Stock up on batteries for flashlights and have a plan to charge medical devices/phones in case of a power outage. ✅
Hurricane #Zeta is quickly approaching the coast of southeastern Louisiana. Continue to monitor Zeta's forecasts at https://t.co/tW4KeGdBFb and your local forecast at https://t.co/URHWwowvzR. An intermediate advisory on #Zeta will be issued at 1 PM CDT.
GHC3 IN THE NEWS: Equally important is the growing evidence that supports the use of face-masks to protect the healthy wearer from acquiring respiratory infections such as SARS-CoV2, influenza and the common cold. bit.ly/2GLzqcR#COVID19... See MoreSee Less
Proud to be part of getting a 100,000 mask donation shipped to healthcare workers in Zanzibar. Now, 310 doctors will be protected while providing care to 350,000 people on the island. Great teamwork, Flexport, Global Covid-19 Relief Coalition, The Giving Back Fund, and Stanford Medicine! ... See MoreSee Less
GHC3 IN THE NEWS: "Biologically, both influenza and the common cold are respiratory viruses that share the same airborne modes of transmission as SARS-CoV-2." bit.ly/2GLzqcR #GlobalHealth ... See MoreSee Less
From the beginning of this pandemic, Georgia life sciences companies have fought to speed up the development of a COVID-19 vaccine and various lifesaving therapies. It will not only solve drug shortage issues around the nation, but also create more jobs in this state, at a time when many Georgians are facing uncertain futures. The Georgia life sciences industry supports nearly 68,300 jobs at 1,960 companies. www.georgiahealthnews.com/2020/09/vital-boost-domestic-drug-production/#globalhealthc3... See MoreSee Less
GHC3 is a division of the Center for Global Health Innovation (CGHI). The Center for Global Health Innovation is an Atlanta based 501(c)3 organization that was launched in 2019 to bring together diverse Global Health, Health Technology and Life Sciences entities to collaborate, innovate and activate solutions to enhance human health outcomes around the world. At its core, CGHI will orchestrate programs that promote cross discipline cooperation to strengthen capabilities, accelerate problem solving and respond to global health crises. The Center will continue to support its subsidiary organizations, Georgia Bio and Georgia Global Health Alliance and is standing up a permanent Global Health Crisis Coordination Center to bringing to bear the best private sector and public sector capabilities and experience in times of need.