More COVID-19 & Global Health News
AP: Ukraine’s president tests positive for COVID-19 (11/10).
AP: As virus spikes, Europe runs low on ICU beds, hospital staff (Hinnant et al., 11/10).
AP: Hard-hit Belgium sees light at the end of virus tunnel (Petrequin, 11/9).
AP: U.N.: Pandemic threatens Latin America’s next generation (Smith, 11/9).
Borgen Magazine: A Malaria Vaccine Might Be on the Horizon (11/9).
Devex: The new U.N. special rapporteur on water and sanitation lays out his priorities (Root, 11/9).
Devex: Donors spending more aid on self-interested goals, report says (Worley, 11/10).
The Guardian: From schoolboy to tea seller: Covid poverty forces India’s children into work (Dhillon, 11/10).
Reuters: Spell of heavy smog in Indian capital raises fears for COVID patients (Arora/Bhardwaj, 11/9).
Science: How a communist physics teacher flattened the COVID-19 curve in southern India (Chandrashekhar, 11/9).
STAT: ViiV’s HIV prevention shot beats Gilead’s widely used pill in a study of women (Silverman, 11/9).
STAT: Health experts want to prioritize people of color for a Covid-19 vaccine. But how should it be done? (St. Fleur, 11/9).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Insight — Ethiopian girls trapped in sex trade as COVID-19 deepens desperation (Wuilbercq, 11/9).
U.N. News: ‘Super typhoon’ Goni: U.N., partners seek $45 million in immediate relief (11/9).
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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