More News In Global Health

Agence-France Presse: China disciplines 80 officials linked to major vaccine scandal (2/3).

CIDRAP News: Saudi Arabia, Oman report more MERS cases (Schnirring, 2/4).

CNBC Africa: Rwanda’s quest to prevent and treat cancer (2/4).

Devex: Q&A: WHO’s new Western Pacific director on vaccine hesitancy, UHC (Ravelo, 2/5).

Devex: Traffic fatalities in Southeast Asia, Africa higher than reports say (Ravindran, 2/4).

New York Times: You Flushed the Toilet. They Made Some Bricks (Klein, 1/31).

The Telegraph: U.K. funded early warning system detects chickenpox outbreak in Cox’s Bazar (Newey, 2/5).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Nepal Urged to Shut Down ‘Menstruation Huts’ After 4th Death in a Month (Sharma, 2/4).

Xinhua News: U.N. says Uganda registers success in reduction of female genital mutilation (2/5).

Xinhua News: WHO warns against repeated attacks on Libyan hospitals (2/5).

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