More COVID-19 & Global Health News

AP: Sri Lanka widens curfew, bans gatherings as virus surges (Mallawarachi, 10/7).

AP: Indian capital launches campaign to curb toxic air pollution (Saaliq/Ghosal, 10/6).

BBC News: Measles in DR Congo: By air, boat and foot to deliver the vaccine (10/6).

Devex: As Africa reopens, researchers see new chance for data-driven response (Cheney, 10/6).

Devex: The winners and losers in Australia’s 2020 aid budget (Cornish, 10/6).

Devex: U.K. aid helps countries stand up to Chinese ‘bullying,’ says former DFID chief (Worley, 10/6).

The Guardian: Women’s health organization president resigns following bullying and racism investigation (Ford, 10/7).

U.N. News: Report outlines long road to post-COVID recovery for Latin America and Caribbean (10/6).

U.N. News: DR Congo: Children suffering ‘unrelenting violence,’ UNICEF deeply concerned (10/6).

Washington Post: ‘There are no words’: As coronavirus kills Indigenous elders, endangered languages face extinction (McCoy/Traiano, 10/6).

Washington Post: U.S. ranks near bottom of advanced nations in child wellness — new report (Strauss, 10/6).

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