Ecuador Struggles To Bury COVID-19 Victims; WHO Warns Europe To Remain Vigilant; Nations Worldwide Face Pandemic’s Impacts
PRI: Coronavirus lockdown: A tale of two South Africas (Gikandi, 4/7).
Science: South Africa hopes its battle with HIV and TB helped prepare it for COVID-19 (Nordling, 4/7).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Ethiopia taps army of women health workers to fight coronavirus (Wuilbercq, 4/7).
Al Jazeera: Coronavirus lockdown complicates Philippines’s fight against TB (Billing, 4/7).
The Hill: Lockdown ends in Wuhan, China, where coronavirus outbreak likely originated (Johnson, 4/7).
National Geographic: Handwashing helps stop COVID-19. But in India, water is scarce (Bhowmick, 4/7).
Reuters: North Korea testing, quarantining for COVID-19, still says no cases: WHO representative (Nebehay, 4/7).
U.N. News: Vulnerable Indians need urgent help to cope with COVID-19 pandemic: a U.N. Resident Coordinator blog (4/7).
The Hill: Finland rolls out random nationwide testing for coronavirus antibodies (Bowden, 4/7).
Reuters: WHO says Europe’s coronavirus outbreak still ‘very concerning’ despite progress (Farge, 4/8).
France 24: ‘You can’t escape the smell’: Ecuador city struggles to bury coronavirus dead (Ball, 4/6).
Reuters: Ecuador builds emergency cemeteries due to coronavirus outbreak (Valencia et al., 4/7).
Reuters: Honduras central bank announces measures to ease economic blow from coronavirus (Palencia/Love, 4/7).
Reuters: Middle East still has chance to scale up coronavirus response: WHO (Lewis/Eltahir, 4/7).
U.N. News: Course of coronavirus pandemic across Libya, depends on silencing the guns (4/7).
AP: Mexico urges end to harassment of health workers in pandemic (Rodríguez, 4/8).
New York Times: For HIV Survivors, a Feeling of Weary Déjà Vu (Bernstein, 4/8).
Quartz: Covid-19 may soon peak in three major U.S. cities. Here’s what that means (Ossola, 4/7).
Reuters: U.S. deports 400 migrant children under new coronavirus rules (Hesson et al., 4/7).
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.