More COVID-19 & Global Health News

AP: Poland protests leader: Abortion court ruling must be waived (11/2).

AP: Does Weather Affect the Spread of the Coronavirus Outside? (11/3).

AP: Facing pandemic economic woes, Nepal reopens to adventurers (Gurubacharya, 11/3).

Devex: Venezuelans face mounting challenges as flow increases back to Colombia (Welsh, 11/3).

The Guardian: ‘Lives have been lost’: Pregnant women in Zimbabwe forced to pay bribes when giving birth (Chingono, 11/3).

New York Times: A Rapid Virus Test Falters in People Without Symptoms, Study Finds (Wu, 11/3).

Science: Antivaccine videos slip through YouTube’s advertising policies, new study finds (Ferreira, 11/2).

TIME: Frozen Food Packages in China Keep Testing Positive For Coronavirus. Here’s Why Health Experts Aren’t Worried (Gunia, 11/3).

U.N. News: Protect children and relief workers caught up in conflict, urges U.N. rights envoy (11/2).

U.N. News: Super typhoon Goni: Several towns cut off; response complicated by COVID-19 (11/3).

Washington Post: Canadian provinces work to keep schools open amid coronavirus second wave (Coletta, 11/3).

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