More COVID-19 & Global Health News
AP: Brazil’s poor squeezed by less virus aid, surging food costs (Biller/Pollastri, 10/9).
AP: India cases cross 7 million as experts warn of complacency (Sharma/Ghosal, 10/11).
Bloomberg: Philippines Considers Relaxing Curfew, Readies Vaccine Trials (Jiao/Calonzo, 10/12).
Borgen Magazine: The (RED) Campaign: Fighting HIV/AIDS Amid COVID-19 (Davis, 10/10).
The Guardian: Aid cuts and Covid force Uganda refugees to brink of starvation (Okiror, 10/9).
New York Times: White House Blocked CDC From Requiring Masks on Public Transportation (Kaplan, 10/9).
NPR: Portraits Of Resilience: How 19 Women Around The Globe Face The Pandemic (Multiple authors, 10/9).
Reuters: Nurses suffer burn-out, psychological distress in COVID fight — association (Mantovani/Nebehay, 10/10).
Reuters: Malnutrition stalks Congo’s overcrowded prisons (Kambale/Holland, 10/12).
U.N. News: U.N. in Myanmar comes together to protect people from COVID-19 (10/11).
U.N. News: International Day of the Girl: ‘Be bold in your demands,’ urges U.N. deputy chief (10/9).
Xihnua: Interview: IFAD’s president says rural areas are key to fighting global hunger and poverty (10/10).
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.