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UCC on COVID-19 in The Conversation: News and Analysis
The Conversation is an online news and anlysis platform that offers informed commentary and debate on the issues affecting our world. UCC academics contribute expert insights and analysis on COVID-19 to this platform.
Here's some of UCC contributions to conversations on the pandemic to date:
- Calling children ‘vectors’ during COVID-19 is turning into discrimination
- COVID vaccines for under-16s: why competent children in the UK can legally decide for themselves
- Why big pharma had a responsibility to profit from the pandemic
- Seven modern philosophers to help us build a better world after the pandemic
- How COVID-19 is likely to slow down a decade of youth development in Africa COVID vaccines: why waiving patents won’t fix global shortage – scientist explains
- How are COVID-19 vaccines made? An expert explains
- We need hard science, not software, to power our post-pandemic recovery
- We are facing a difficult winter – but philosophy can help
- Coronavirus linked to greater risk of life-threatening infection in people with obesity
- Coronavirus: in Ireland hundreds of thousands have applied for government support – but is it enough?
- Coronavirus: it feels like we are sliding into a period of unrest, but political philosophy offers hope
- In defence of viruses
- COVID-19: Nigeria should prioritise power supply to health care facilities
- Coronavirus and Spanish flu: economic lessons to learn from the last truly global pandemic
See all the latest from UCC on The Conversation website here.