More COVID-19 & Global Health News

Borgen Magazine: Lack of Resources in Yemen Due to COVID-19 and Violence (Padmaraj, 11/8).

Borgen Magazine: Destigmatize COVID-19 in Africa: From Nurses to Zindzi Mandela (Webb, 11/7).

Borgen Magazine: The Global Oxygen Shortage During COVID-19 (Weir, 11/9).

The Guardian: HIV: new diagnoses among gay and bisexual men at lowest level in 20 years (Campbell, 11/6).

The Guardian: Covid set to cause 400,000 surge in TB deaths as medics diverted (McKie, 11/8).

The Guardian: ‘Stand By Her’: China university students campaign to end period shaming (Yang, 11/8).

Health Policy Watch: Does Global Health Have A ‘Colonialism’ Problem? (Adepoju, 11/3).

Health Policy Watch: African Clinics On The Frontline Of The Fight Against Cervical Cancer (Cook, 11/5).

U.N. News: From the Field: millions at risk in Sahel, each one with a story to tell (11/8).

U.N. News: Myanmar’s farmers battle climate and health uncertainty (11/8).

Washington Post: Transcript: ‘Virus Hunters’ A Conversation with Christopher Golden, PhD and Kendra Phelps, PhD (11/6).

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