More News In Global Health

CBS: Transcript: Dr. David Heymann discusses coronavirus on “Face the Nation,” March 29, 2020 (3/29).

CNN: Yes, we long have referred to disease outbreaks by geographic places. Here’s why we shouldn’t anymore (Kaur, 3/28).

CNN: Her husband died. Then his family shaved her head and made her strip beside his grave (Adebayo, 3/27).

Devex: How do you say ‘social distancing’ in Swahili? (Worley, 3/30).

Devex: The trials and tribulations of the world’s first malaria vaccine (Edwards, 3/27).

Guardian: Tackle climate crisis and poverty with zeal of Covid-19 fight, scientists urge (Harvey, 3/28).

The Hill: Coronavirus response reveals deep fractures in global partnerships (Samuels, 3/28).

Reuters: FEATURE — Isolation and HIV memories hit LGBT+ elderly hard in lockdowns (Savage/Lopez, 3/30).

STAT: Two new road maps lay out possible paths to end coronavirus lockdowns (Branswell, 3/29).

VOA: How U.S. Presidents Have Handled Public Health Crises (Widakuswara, 3/30).

Washington Post: Coronavirus modelers factor in new public health risk: Accusations their work is a hoax (Wan/Blake, 3/27).

Xinhua: Spotlight: Politicians, experts call for global cooperation against coronavirus pandemic (Pan et al., 3/29).

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