More COVID-19 & Global Health News
AP: Germany, which had virus under control, sees a jump in cases (10/8).
AP: Hard-hit Peru’s costly bet on cheap COVID-19 antibody tests (Armario/Chen, 10/7).
AP: ‘Catastrophically short of doctors’: Virus wallops Ukraine (Chernov/Karmanau, 10/8).
BBC News: Coronavirus: Iran sets new record for deaths amid ‘third wave’ (10/7).
CNBC: Mandela’s widow, Graça Machel, says global leadership during the pandemic has been ‘inadequate’ (Bryer, 10/8).
Devex: How Senegal has set the standard on COVID-19 (Chakamba, 10/8).
Financial Times: Lilly seeks emergency approval for Covid drug (Kuchler, 10/7).
Financial Times: Logisticians grapple to map out ‘cold chain’ for vaccine campaign (Mancini, 10/7).
The Guardian: West and central Africa’s closed schools putting children at risk, UNICEF warns (Hodal, 10/8).
The Guardian: Sabrina Dhowre Elba: ‘The old idea of aid is dead’ (McVeigh, 10/8).
New Humanitarian: Funding, fuel, and ‘famine’: Unpacking Yemen’s overlapping crises (Slemrod/Parker, 10/7).
NPR: New Zealand Declares Victory Over Coronavirus Again, Lifts Auckland Restrictions (Peñaloza, 10/7).
Science: Newly discovered viruses suggest ‘German measles’ jumped from animals to humans (Gibbons, 10/7).
Washington Post: In the U.S., states — not science — decide what counts as a coronavirus outbreak (Mooney et al., 10/7).
WIRED: A Global Data Effort Probes Whether Covid Causes Diabetes (Molteni, 10/7).
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.