More COVID-19 & Global Health News
AP: Siberians fight the pandemic by giving weary doctors a lift (Alexeyeva, 12/8).
AP: Merkel backs tougher virus curbs as German deaths hit record (Moulson et al., 12/9).
Borgen Magazine: COVID-19 Showing the Importance of Agricultural Market Resiliency (Friborg, 12/6).
Devex: The man behind Africa’s COVID-19 response (Jerving, 12/9).
Devex: Breaking: A.U.-E.U. meeting postponed ‘until further notice’ (Chadwick, 12/8).
Forbes: Record Flooding In Vietnam Leaves 2.5 Million Children At Risk (Tang, 12/8).
Forbes: Averting A Lost COVID Generation (Buechner, 12/8).
Financial Times: Covid delays India’s attempts to curb widespread overuse of antibiotics (Kazmin, 12/8).
Financial Times: The threat of antibiotic resistance — in charts (Jack/Campbell, 12/8).
The Guardian: U.S. coronavirus cases pass 15m amid stark warnings over hospital care (Walters/Singh, 12/8).
The Hill: Bill Gates: Up to 6 COVID-19 vaccines could be available in next few months (Jenkins, 12/8).
IPS: La Niña Weather Phenomenon Could Endanger Colombia’s Food Security (Arroyo, 12/9).
Reuters: Air freight prices ‘outrageous’ as COVID-19 shots rolled out, says WHO expert (Nebehay/Frost, 12/8).
U.N. News: U.N. emergency relief fund, ‘an investment in humanity’ declares Guterres (12/8).
U.N. News: Ethiopia: U.N. concern mounts over shortages, child welfare, in ongoing Tigray crisis (12/8).
Wall Street Journal: China Floats Covid-19 Theories That Point to Foreign Origins, Frozen Food (Hua/Qi, 12/8).
Washington Post: In the midst of India’s pandemic, some 500 people suddenly fall ill and it has nothing to do with the coronavirus (Masih/Kartheek, 12/9).
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.