COVID-19 Spread In Africa Reaching ‘Full Speed’; Cases In Philippines Pass 50K; Millions Of Yemeni Children Face Starvation Amid Pandemic; Canada PM Touts Country’s Response; Birx Urges Some U.S. States To Return To Phase 1
AP: COVID-19 pandemic in Africa is now reaching ‘full speed’ (Anna, 7/9).
CNN: Africa’s battle against Covid-19 will be won or lost here (McKenzie/Swails, 7/6).
Pulitzer Center: COVID’s Darkest Effects: How the Pandemic May Fuel Child Trafficking in Ghana (Leadholm, 7/8).
AP: Philippines virus cases soar past 50,000 as lockdown eases (Gomez/Favila, 7/8).
Bloomberg: Beijing Just Reported No Cases. Here’s How They Turned It Around (7/7).
Reuters: Japan supercomputer suggests changes to travel, work amid airborne virus threat (Swift, 7/8).
The Telegraph: How a tiny and impoverished Pacific island beat the coronavirus (Mulyanto/Smith, 7/9).
MedPage Today: Has Italy Beaten COVID-19? (Fiore, 7/7).
CNN: How Uruguay is avoiding the Covid-19 spread plaguing Latin America (Oppman, 7/6).
AP: Virus projects renew questions about UAE’s mass surveillance (Gambrell, 7/9).
Fox News: Millions of Yemen’s children face starvation as coronavirus outbreak worsens, UNICEF warns (Yingst, 7/8).
CIDRAP News: With single-day case record, U.S. COVID-19 total tops 3 million (Soucheray, 7/8).
CNN: Birx’s nod to mask fashion is more than just sartorial (Bennett, 7/8).
Globe and Mail: Poll finds 81% of Canadians say the Canada-U.S. border should remain closed (Dickson, 7/6).
New York Times: Pandemic Plunges Puerto Rico Into Yet Another Dire Emergency (Rosa/Robles, 7/8).
POLITICO: Pence touts progress in Covid-19 hot spots amid a surge of cases (Ehley/Lim, 7/8).
Reuters: Canada handled the coronavirus outbreak better than United States, PM Trudeau says (Ljunggren, 7/8).
STAT: A flawed Covid-19 study gets the White House’s attention — and the FDA may pay the price (Herper, 7/8).
Washington Post: Birx urges ‘red zone states’ to revert to Phase 1 guidelines for gatherings (7/8).
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.