More COVID-19 & Global Health News
AP: Pandemic heaps new fears and trauma on war-scarred Bosnians (Niksic, 11/6).
Borgen Magazine: WHO Global Disability Action Plan: Overcoming Healthcare Barriers (Issula, 11/5).
Borgen Magazine: The Crisis in Venezuela (Vandervee, 11/5).
Devex: The finance quandary for eye health services (Root, 11/5).
Devex: In Tanzania election, COVID-19 denialism an ‘excuse to clamp down’ on dissent (Chakamba, 11/6).
Devex: Q&A: Understanding Jewish organizations working in global development (Saldinger, 11/6).
Financial Times: In Covid’s shadow, another U.K. health crisis looms (Wallis, 11/5).
HealthDay News: Telecommuting Shields Workers From COVID-19: CDC Report (Reinberg, 11/5).
The Lancet: Roopa Dhatt: advancing gender equality in global health leadership (Prasad, 11/7).
New York Times: Children Produce Weaker Coronavirus Antibodies, Study Finds (Mandavilli, 11/5).
New York Times: North Korea Tells Its People to Stop Smoking. But What About Kim Jong-un? (Choe, 11/5).
NPR: Child Marriages Are Up In The Pandemic. Here’s How India Tries To Stop Them (Pathak/Frayer, 11/5).
SciDev.Net: COVID-19 a ‘perfect storm’ for organ trafficking victims (Jack, 11/5).
U.N. News: FROM THE FIELD: coping with COVID in refugee camps (11/6).
U.N. News: Six humanitarians killed in ‘obscene’ attacks in one week (11/6).
Xinhua: UNICEF, WHO voice concern over severe shortage of vaccines for children in Libya (11/6).
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.