More COVID-19 & Global Health News

Al Jazeera: Q&A: ‘We can eradicate polio from the world’ (Aziz, 10/12).

AP: Asia Today: China city says it’s tested 3 million for virus (10/13).

AP: E.U. nations set to adopt common travel rules amid pandemic (Petrequin, 10/12).

AP: Iran shatters its single-day record for virus deaths, cases (Vahdat/DeBre, 10/12).

Borgen Magazine: The U.N. Initiates the Alliance for Poverty Eradication (Kuras, 10/12).

Devex: COVID-19 threatens the vision of thousands in the Palestinian territories (Root, 10/13).

Devex: As easy as pie — how telecare is helping Brazil’s health care workers (Shue, 10/12).

The Hill: Scientists confirm Nevada 25-year-old got coronavirus twice, second case was more severe (Seipel, 10/12).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: FEATURE — ‘Corona carriers’: Stigma halts medication and meet-ups for HIV+ Malawians (Pensulo/Harrisberg, 10/12).

U.N. News: Greater equality a ‘prerequisite’ for overcoming global crises: Bachelet (10/12).

Washington Post: Second wave of covid-19 in Europe leads to new restrictions but no national lockdowns (Adam et al., 10/12).

Xinhua: South Sudan dismiss rumors of Ebola outbreak (10/12).

Xinhua: COVID-19 impacts push urban centers, refugee settlements in Uganda to food crisis levels (10/12).

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