More COVID-19 & Global Health News

AP: In Iran, a massive cemetery struggles to keep up with virus (Nasiri, 11/11).

AP: Frantic search after medicines vanish from Lebanon shelves (El Deeb, 11/11).

Devex: What we learned from the FCDO chief’s grilling by U.K. politicians (Worley, 11/11).

Devex: Léo Heller’s last call for water and sanitation as a human right (Root, 11/11).

Devex: Hurricane Eta destroys harvests, increases food insecurity concerns (Welsh, 11/11).

Forbes: UNICEF Warns Pandemic Could Cause Spike In Stillbirths (Buechner, 11/10).

Global Press Journal: Corruption Taints Anti-Malaria Program as Sickness Spreads (Mujuru, 11/10).

The Hill: Latin American children’s education suffering most from pandemic: UNICEF (Choi, 11/10).

Reuters: Nepal to provide free COVID-19 tests and treatment as cases surge (Sharma, 11/10).

SciDev.Net: ‘Forest foods’ drive risks of next global pandemic (Corso, 11/10).

U.N. News: U.N. agency for Palestine refugees runs out of money as COVID-19 spreads (11/10).

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