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More Than Half Of Mumbai Slum Occupants Have Had COVID-19, Study Shows; Europe Works To Avoid Rise In Cases; World Bank Latin America Chief Discusses Recovery; Hajj Begins Under Restrictions; Isolation Possibly More Harmful Than Coronavirus To Canadian Nursing Home Residents

AFRICA Wall Street Journal: Coronavirus and Ebola Together Test a Beleaguered Congo (Bariyo, 7/29). Washington Post: With drastically smaller hajj, Somalia’s livestock industry goes from ‘boom to doom’ (Faruk/Bearak, 7/28). Xinhua: Ethiopia’s COVID-19 cases pass 15,000 mark (7/29). ASIA Financial Times: Over half of Mumbai slum dwellers have had Covid-19,…

2020 Australia-U.S. Ministerial Consultations Address Health Security Cooperation

U.S. Department of State: AUSMIN 2020 Health Security Statement In a joint statement at the 2020 Australia-U.S. Ministerial Consultations (AUSMIN), the U.S. and Australian governments discuss progress toward health security cooperation (7/28). U.S. Department of State: Joint Statement on Australia-U.S. Ministerial Consultations (AUSMIN) 2020 (7/28). U.S. Department of State: 2020…

Coronavirus Shows World Needs Better Preparation For Bioterrorism, Some Experts Say

POLITICO: How the coronavirus can prepare us for bioterrorism “…Bioterrorism experts now worry the West is even less prepared for a biological attack. Worse, the devastation caused by Covid-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, could motivate rogue states or terrorist groups to use a similar pathogen against their…

Obama Warns Against Politicization Of COVID-19; Public Health Groups Concerned Over New Trump Administration Coronavirus Data Reporting Policy; Susan Rice Discusses Pandemic, Racism As National Security Threats

The Hill: Obama issues warning on U.S. coronavirus response: ‘Virus doesn’t care about spin or ideology’ (Budryk, 7/15). The Hill: Public health groups denounce new Trump move sidelining CDC (Weixel, 7/16). New York Times: Chief Vaccine Scientist Will Not Be Forced to Disclose Pharmaceutical Stocks (Weiland, 7/15). Washington Post: Susan…

Women Leaders Make ‘Profound Difference’ In Pandemic Response, Recovery, U.N. Deputy SG Mohammed Says At Virtual Meeting

U.N. News: ‘Women Rise for All’ to shape leadership in pandemic response and recovery “Although the COVID-19 pandemic has generated an unprecedented global health, humanitarian, and development crisis, it has also revealed the power of women’s leadership, according to the U.N. Deputy Secretary-General. ‘Over the past months, people around the…