More COVID-19 & Global Health News

AP: Ethiopia returns refugees who fled Tigray fighting, to alarm (Anna, 12/11).

AP: India’s pandemic recovery plan could cost air quality goals (Ghosal, 12/11).

Devex: U.S. election marks return to ‘climate responsibility,’ says Paris Agreement architect (Abrahams, 12/10).

Devex: Q&A: Investing now in preparation for COVID-19’s successor (12/11).

Forbes: A Tale Of Two Crises And The Solutions That Bind Them: Wild Polio And COVID-19 (Sheldrick, 12/10).

New Humanitarian: COVID-19 fuels growing conflict and displacement in Colombia (Collins, 12/10).

New York Times: Cases Surge in South Korea, but Covid Vaccine Is Months Away (Choe, 12/10).

New York Times: Airlines Gear Up to Transport Vaccines That Could Revive Travel (Chokshi, 12/10).

Reuters: South Korea mobilizes military in Seoul as coronavirus cases surge, deaths rise (Cha, 12/10).

Reuters: More women than men in U.S. nervous about fast rollout of COVID vaccine, and that’s a problem: Reuters/Ipsos poll (Kahn/Beasley, 12/11).

Scientific American: What Science Has Learned About the Coronavirus One Year On (DelViscio/Glaunsinger, 12/11).

U.N. News: $1.44 billion plan to respond to Venezuela refugee and migrant needs (12/10).

U.N. News: Illicit financial flows threaten security and stability in Africa: U.N. deputy chief (12/10).

U.N. News: WFP chief uses Nobel speech as call for action to avert ‘hunger pandemic’ (12/10).

Xinhua: Feature: Misusing mosquito nets threatens fight against malaria in Malawi (12/10).

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