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“It’s a tragedy to be continuing with a lot of human suffering, but the future of humanity and of the planet is at stake,” Gates said.
“The only way to prevent [the pandemic] is to use a vaccine or a treatment, and there are several candidates that are under investigation,” Gates said.
The news comes as Gates told CNBC the recent plunge in the value of the stock market has “not” been a reason to change his mind on philanthropy.
“I had a lot of money when I was younger, I put it into the stock market,” he said. “My kids were much better off if I had put the money into the foundation.”
He said the goal is to increase funding for public health so the world can focus on other pressing issues, such as climate change.
“Don’t let climate change become the new coronavirus,” he said.Q:
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