Bill Gates

Bill Gates

@BillGates

Followers51.9M
Following237

Sharing things I'm learning through my foundation work and other interests.

Seattle, WA
Joined on June 24, 2009
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @BillGates and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
2 days
Average replies
86
Average retweets
2216
Average likes
16213
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
21 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

11. in country United States and category Celebrities

13. in country United States

14. in category Celebrities

20. worldwide

Justice Ginsburg was a trailblazer who devoted her entire career to fighting for equal justice for women, because she knew it would improve life for everyone. America is a better place because of her service. I am inspired by her life and legacy. https://t.co/hFksGoIXXZ

My dad was the “real” Bill Gates. He was everything I try to be and I will miss him every day. https://t.co/OnAEsmosNb

Thank you to the heroes everywhere working to keep us safe. I hope their stories inspire you just as much as they have me: https://t.co/DYFUYMEPK7 https://t.co/UKT9BfXHyk

These heroes represent the best of who we can be. Their efforts to solve the world’s challenges demonstrate our values as a society and they serve as powerful examples of how to make a positive difference in the world. https://t.co/u9n0WvN0EP

Some countries responded successfully to the pandemic – and more broadly, some are much more successful in protecting their population’s health. We contributed to @exemplarshealth, a new publication to learn from the most successful countries in the world https://t.co/qwXG7lMhgN

Clinical trials are critical to helping researchers better understand Alzheimer's. Improving how we identify and enroll participants in those trials will accelerate progress on diagnosing and treating the disease. https://t.co/PLUhTVOylO

I tackle every big new problem by asking two questions: Who has dealt with this problem well? And what can we learn from them? @ExemplarsHealth will help to fill the gap in global health knowledge sharing and to accelerate progress in saving lives. https://t.co/5OhO10BVVP

Of all the things I’ve learned from Warren Buffett (and there have been a lot), the most important might be what friendship is all about. Here’s why he’s a person that I admire as well as like: https://t.co/XbZTIfO90b

Happy 90th birthday, Warren! https://t.co/8nH2EulTR4

.@AbeShinzo, thank you for making the world a healthier and more equitable place. Your understanding of how we can improve global prosperity, through support of organizations like @Gavi, has been truly inspiring. Please now go take care of your own health.

6 months ago, Africa confirmed its first case of #COVID19. Since then, there have been 1 million cases, affecting every country on the continent.

From nurses to virologists, meet some of the health heroes leading Africa's pandemic response: https://t.co/vEzXwkXbPf via @WHOAFRO https://t.co/34nEZvU5em

6 months ago, Africa confirmed its first case of #COVID19. Since then, there have been 1 million cases, affecting every country on the continent. From nurses to virologists, meet some of the health heroes leading Africa's pandemic response: https://t.co/vEzXwkXbPf via @WHOAFRO https://t.co/34nEZvU5em

If we’re going to address climate change, we need to find new ways to do things that don’t release greenhouse gases—including how we move around. https://t.co/ElpoZs2ZHG

Today we move one step closer toward a world without polio. This is an incredible milestone that’s worth celebrating. It is also an important reminder of what can be accomplished when we work together toward a common goal. https://t.co/Exxks9jF4q

Thanks to the commitment of leaders from all 47 countries in the @WHOAFRO Region, history was made today: the entire African region was certified wild poliovirus-free! 🎉 An important step on the path to #EndPolio everywhere 🌍. https://t.co/Je7nZaAE9c

Mosquito City is home to the world’s largest captive colony of mosquitoes. @IfakaraHealth Institute is doing fascinating research there about mosquito behaviors and finding ways to outsmart them. https://t.co/p3r11gMqdn

Deaths from malaria have been cut by more than half since the year 2000. Increased bed net use is one of the main reasons why https://t.co/qxMqqCUs11 #WorldMosquitoDay

Vaccines prevent millions of deaths every year by harnessing the body’s immune system to create defences against future infection. But how exactly do #VaccinesWork? Read our latest explainer: https://t.co/4wrKVmgwCN

Ridding the world of preventable, treatable diseases like malaria will save millions of lives and lead to healthier, more prosperous communities. And that will make them better prepared to confront any new health challenges like COVID-19 in the future. https://t.co/6AbgoLSVai https://t.co/D6xm7XeuBH

As a community health worker in Kenya’s Homa Bay County, Evaline has helped her community dramatically reduce the number of people who die from malaria. And when #COVID19 arrived, she enlisted to fight the new enemy. #UniteToFight https://t.co/4PRNUBLrjh

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