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).

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