Jonathan Hoffman

0Joined Jun 2022


Hi, this hasn't been updated in a while, and I'm now in a place where I'm reconsidering my donations (which have skewed towards vaccine efforts in lower income countries). I've seen the data on how few people in low income countries would get the vaccine/trust the vaccine, and I'm thinking antivirals might be a good thing to donate to (as I transition my donations back to the other long-term issues). My question is twofold

  1. Are antivirals an effective intervention? (Data-based answers where possible please)
  2. What are some effective orgs that are working on developing and distributing antivirals?


Also, I'm curious to hear the thoughts of other people who have donated to covid based causes. Have y'all transitioned back to your pre-covid donation patterns? 


Thanks in advance for your help!