India Records More Than 95K COVID-19 Cases In 24 Hours; U.K. Considers Rapid Tests; Politics Plague Pandemic Response In Israel; Public Trust In Health Officials Waning In U.S., KFF Poll Shows


AP: Volunteers feed COVID-19 patients, doctors in Nepal hospital (Gurubacharya, 9/10).

AP: Asia Today: India has record spike of 95K new virus cases (9/10).


Financial Times: U.K. considering new rapid-result Covid tests for up to 10m people a day (Pickard et al., 9/10).


Devex: Returning Venezuelans subjected to ‘inhuman’ treatment, report says (Welsh, 9/10).

NPR: The Women Of Peru Are Suffering From A ‘Shadow Pandemic’ (Godoy, 9/10).


AP: Politics plague Israeli virus response ahead of holidays (Goldenberg, 9/10).


STAT: Public trust in CDC, Fauci, and other top health officials is evaporating, poll finds (Florko, 9/10).

TIME: COVID-19 Has Killed Nearly 200,000 Americans. How Many More Lives Will Be Lost Before the U.S. Gets It Right? (Fitzpatrick/Wolfson, 9/10).

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