Health Worker Shortage Worsens In Africa; Coronavirus Mitigation Strategies Shift In Australia, Japan, Dubai; European Sex Workers Struggle To Survive; Average Age Of COVID-19 Patient Drops 15 Years In U.S.
AP: Egypt arrests doctors, silences critics over virus outbreak (7/6).
AP: Zimbabwe nurses protest; South Africa reopens some classes (Mutsaka/Magome, 7/6).
The BMJ: Covid-19: No large hidden outbreak in Africa but health worker shortage worsens (Dyer, 7/3).
AP: Australia to shut state border as Melbourne infections surge (Brownbill/McGuirk, 7/6).
Japan Times: Rift widens between Abe and disease experts over coronavirus strategy (7/6).
New Humanitarian: As home births rise in Nepal, so do fears for maternal health (Logan, 7/6).
PRI: Drones light up the sky in Seoul with coronavirus prevention messages (Romero, 7/6).
Science: Scientists scoff at Indian agency’s plan to have COVID-19 vaccine ready for use next month (7/6).
Financial Times: Britain ‘lags way behind’ in wearing face masks, scientists say (Cookson, 7/7).
New York Times: Europe’s Roma Already Faced Discrimination. The Pandemic Made It Worse (Kingsley/Dzhambazova, 7/6).
PRI: Sex workers in Europe struggle to survive as clubs slowly reopen (Barry, 7/6).
AP: During pandemic, Nicaraguan doctors face political pressure (7/6).
AP: First major Brazilian cities resume classes amid pandemic (Rodrigues/Biller, 7/6).
NPR: How Chile Ended Up With One Of The Highest COVID-19 Rates (Beaubien, 7/2).
AP: Thermometers in hand, Dubai opens for tourists amid pandemic (Gambrell, 7/7).
Wall Street Journal: Second Coronavirus Wave Slams Israel (Schwartz/Lieber, 7/6).
The Atlantic: The Pandemic Experts Are Not Okay (Yong, 7/7).
The Atlantic: The U.S. Is Repeating Its Deadliest Pandemic Mistake (Khazan, 7/6).
The Hill: The average age of COVID-19 patients has dropped by 15 years, Fauci says (Kelley, 7/6).
Mother Jones: How to Protect America’s Public Health System From Leaders Like Trump (Butler, 7/6).
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.
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