It will threaten the Government’s hard work to urgently vaccinate the population and achieve herd immunity
Every delayed vaccination will cost lives.
We will not be able to reach the objective of herd immunity, if we are selective in who we vaccinate.
Rather than defend the practice, the National Security Council should make it clear that it is not acceptable.
We are amidst an unprecendented epidemic, a public health emergency. We should not treat this as business as usual.
The outbreak of dengue, endemic in low-middle income countries during the COVID-19 pandemic is detrimental as it threatens to overwhelm a healthcare system under tremendous stress.
With sufficient resources and investment to manage psoriasis, suffering and stigma can be reduced, and lives changed for the better.
Both of these Policies are important in ensuring that the Galen Centre’s work while guided by the framework of human rights, also responds to and addresses key issues and concerns which challenge the work of similar organisations around the world.