All deleted tweets from politicians

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@AstraZeneca and @UniofOxford have produced with the support of @UKGov a highly effective, easily administered vaccine offered at cost (unlike other vaccines which will make big profits) & made all around the world. They should be thanked - not criticised by political leaders

RT @JeremyLefroy: @AstraZeneca and @UniofOxford have produced with the support of @UKGov a highly effective, easily administered vaccine offered at cost (unlike other vaccines which will make big profits) & made all around the world. They should be thanked - not criticised by political leaders

As @WHO suggests, @FCDOGovUK @WorldBank etc must support African govts/cos to set up fill/finish vaccine plants across the continent so prodn can meet need. Capacity for manufacture of antigens/APIs can follow. Vaccination is a basic right not a luxury. afro.who.int/news/what-afri…

RT @JMakamba: Hongera Mhe. Rais @SuluhuSamia kwa kushika hatamu za uongozi wa nchi. Ni jukumu zito lakini sina shaka na uwezo wako wa kutuunganisha na kuongoza harakati za maendeleo ya nchi yetu na watu wake. Namuomba Mwenyezi Mungu akuongoze na, kama ulivyomuomba wakati wa kiapo, akusaidie. https://t.co/8xDe79PanJ

The toll on growth – The pandemic could undercut Africa’s precarious progress economist.com/leaders/2021/0…

Grateful thanks to the team at Oxford, @AstraZeneca and all its global research manufacturing partners for producing an effective vaccine in record time which is being being made available in large volumes at low cost around the world. You deserve credit not criticism. @WHO

RT @NSCGStafford: Congratulations to BTEC Level 3 in Information Technology student, Corey Ellis-Johnson, who has achieved a Grade 4 in his GCSE maths. 👏🎉🙌 What a brilliant result Corey! We wish you well with your future studies ⭐ #NSCGResults #GCSEResults https://t.co/nttHSnhb7F

Even in the midst on the pandemic, it is vital to step up research and development of new antibiotics. thearticle.share.ntv.io/sponsored/the-…

Groundbreaking research at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine to combat one of the deadliest Neglected Tropical Diseases - snakebite, which kills 140,000 and harm 400,000 people every year. @LSTMnews @nickcasewell

Groundbreaking research at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine to combat one of the deadliest Neglected Tropical Diseases - snakebite, which kills 140,000 and harm 400,000 people every year. @LSTMnews @nickcasewell