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Discover @BCWGlobal’s #Twiplomacy Study 2020 in 50 tweets.
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#DigitalDiplomacy Visual with the Twitter profiles of nine world leaders weari
Over the past four months the world as we know it has changed beyond recognition.

The #coronavirus has upended diplomacy, a profession which involves lots of travel, physical meetings, and in-person interactions. 2/80 A rare picture of U.S. President Donald Trump wearing a face
No more handshakes, hugs or accolades.

No more physical meetings, bilateral summits or multi-lateral gatherings. World leaders and diplomats had to adapt to work from home and have been thrust into virtual meetings. 3/80 Twitter profile picture of South African President Cyril Ram
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How can we personalize protection of COVID-19 risk groups beyond age and existing conditions? New @NgaleHealth study identifies a blood biomarker score predicting risk of severe COVID-19, before contracting the virus
medrxiv.org/content/10.110… #safereturntowork
We measured blood biomarkers by @NgaleHealth metabolomics in >100,000 samples from @uk_biobank. Blood samples were collected 10 years ago, metabolomics data became available late-May. This initiative will lead to many papers - we started with COVID-19. Summary on what we found 👇
Various blood biomarkers have been linked with COVID-19 severity, but most studies use samples from already infected patients. For preventative screening we need pre-COVID-19 samples, lots of samples, to study enough people with severe COVID-19 vs many metabolic biomarkers.
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Tamil healthcare workers on the COVID-19 frontline

With healthcare workers across the globe working to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, we look at some of the Tamils on the frontlines of the battle to save lives.

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“From a personal experience, the last couple of weeks have been challenging and tiring... Seeing our colleagues having to self isolate one by one only adds to the pressure.”

Ashmi Ganeshamoorthy, Doctor, London #NHS
"We will get through this together and be back to our daily routines soon. But until then we all have a duty to be nice and help each other. Support yourself, your family, friends, neighbours and work colleagues."

Arun Kirupakaran, Doctor, London #NHS Image
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From inner-cities to tiny villages, up and down the country there are thousands of local heroes doing amazing things, caring for others and getting stuck-in.

We want to celebrate everyone who is working together to get through this.

So here goes... 👇
Thank you to everyone who works for our Co-op.
From our colleagues in our food stores, to our lorry drivers and everyone in our depots and warehouses, to our support and call centres.
And to our suppliers and British farmers who keep the food coming.
It’s been full-on, but you’ve pulled together and we’re so grateful.
And to our Funeralcare colleagues helping people through the very toughest of times.
We appreciate it.
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#ClapForCarers #ThankYouNHS

With such immense gratitude for the people putting themselves on the line for us all every single day. For everyone at #stmaryshospital in #paddington, and all our #NHS and all #carers across the country. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
Never even knew so many people lived on my street. People out in force clapping, whistling and shouting “NHS NHS”. I can even hear people banging pots. #solidarity #ClapForCarers #ThankYouNHS #londonlockdown
Medic family and friends responded very emotionally to all the cheering and support. We mustn’t forget them in the days ahead. #ThankYouNHS
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