More COVID-19 & Global Health News

AP: Hundreds ill, 1 dead due to unidentified disease in India (12/7).

Financial Times: What HIV taught Matshidiso Moeti about Covid-19 (Gross, 12/5).

Health Policy Watch: Economic Benefits Of ACT Accelerator Outweigh Costs, Says Eurasia Group (Santos, 12/4).

New York Times: Why Melinda Gates Spends Time ‘Letting My Heart Break’ (Gelles, 12/4).

PBS: Indigenous ‘helpers’ train to combat high maternal mortality rates (12/4).

PRI: How women and girls are especially at risk of hunger during the pandemic (Shenoy, 12/4).

Quartz Africa: Scientists are worried a second wave of Covid-19 infections is starting in Kenya and South Africa (Edward-Ekpu, 12/5).

Reuters: ‘No presents’: Mexicans urged to embrace abstemious Christmas to stop pandemic (Fernandez et al., 12/5).

VOA: Yellow Fever in Nigeria Continues to Spread (Schlein, 12/5).

Washington Post: Height, weight and nutrition of youths vary widely around the globe, study says (Blakemore, 12/5).

Washington Post: The coronavirus has come roaring back into Brazil, shattering illusions it wouldn’t (McCoy/Traiano, 12/5).

Washington Post: Germany was held up as an example of how to do the pandemic. Now it’s struggling (Morris, 12/5).

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