More News In Global Health

AP: Virus-afflicted 2020 looks like 1918 despite science’s march (Woodward, 5/5).

BBC: Locusts destroying food supplies in the Horn of Africa (Burgess, 5/4).

CNBC: WHO says it will engage U.S. to make remdesivir coronavirus treatment more widely available (Feuer/Lovelace, 5/4).

Devex: Exclusive: Coronavirus hits development pros’ livelihoods (Chadwick/Smith, 5/5).

Devex: Watch: Sam Worthington on the pandemic’s financial impact on NGOs (Kumar, 5/5).

New York Times: As World Comes to Halt Amid Pandemic, So Do Migrants (Semple, 5/4).

NPR: Countries Worldwide Try To Figure Out When To Lift COVD-19 Restrictions (Frayer et al., 5/4).

PRI: Pandemic disrupts remittances, leaving immigrants’ families without lifelines (Campbell, 5/4).

Reuters: Pope says coronavirus vaccine must be shared worldwide (Pullella, 5/3).

SciDev.Net: Mental illness pandemic to follow COVID-19, experts warn (Owings et al., 5/4).

Wall Street Journal: U.K. Steps Up Cyber Defense of Institutions Involved in Coronavirus Research (Strasburg/Roland, 5/4).

Washington Post: A too-common horror for mothers in sub-Saharan Africa: Death of their children (Blakemore, 5/2).

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