Countries Worldwide Facing Challenges In Containing Spread Of Coronavirus
AP: As virus spreads, Africa gets supplies from China’s Jack Ma (Meseret/Meldrum, 3/22).
NPR: African Countries Respond Quickly To Spread Of COVID-19 (Beaubien, 3/21).
Reuters: Tunisia allocates $850 million to combat effects of coronavirus (Amara, 3/21).
Reuters: Angola, Eritrea, Uganda confirm first cases as coronavirus spreads in Africa (Obulutsa, 3/21).
AP: Workers crowd trains for home as Indian cities close further (Schmall, 3/23).
Financial Times: How Singapore waged war on coronavirus (Palma, 3/22).
NPR: Southeast Asian Nations Tighten Restrictions To Help Contain Spread Of Coronavirus (Sullivan, 3/22).
Reuters: China sees drop in new coronavirus cases; all of them imported (Woo et al., 3/22).
Reuters: Indians breathe easier as lockdowns to halt coronavirus clear smog (Ulmer, 3/23).
Washington Post: A region in Japan launched its own coronavirus fight. It’s now called a ‘model’ in local action (Denyer/Kashiwagi, 3/22).
The Hill: Germany’s Merkel in quarantine after doctor tests positive for coronavirus (Conradis, 3/22).
POLITICO: Greece to go into coronavirus-induced lockdown (Stamouli, 3/22).
The Telegraph: U.K. infections soar by almost 1,000 in a day as retired doctors and nurses sign up to help NHS (Newey et al., 3/21).
The Telegraph: Why have so many coronavirus patients died in Italy? (Newey, 3/22).
Washington Post: As coronavirus surges, a frantic Europe scrambles for hospital beds, ventilators, supplies (Morris et al., 3/22).
Washington Post: Italy’s coronavirus death toll feeds fear of what lies ahead in Europe and the U.S. (Harris, 3/21).
Devex: Colombia’s imperfect potatoes find purpose at Venezuela border (Welsh, 3/23).
PRI: In Central America, efforts to slow spread of coronavirus could lead to ‘autocratic tendencies’ (Valencia, 3/20).
AP: Virus now in Gaza, Syria, raising fears in vulnerable areas (Akram et al., 3/22).
The KFF Daily Global Health Policy Report summarized news and information on global health policy from hundreds of sources, from May 2009 through December 2020. All summaries are archived and available via search.