More News In Global Health

AP: Burkina Faso’s food woes deepen as extremists expand reach (Mednick, 6/3).

Devex: Q&A: How are global health security experts responding to the pressures of COVID-19? (Cornish, 6/3).

Devex: Insufficient PPE pushes NGOs to consider making their own (Lieberman, 6/3).

Devex: Is better hygiene here to stay? (Root, 6/2).

Financial Times: Scientists probe link between high altitude and low coronavirus cases (Long/Hodgson, 6/3).

Homeland Preparedness News: International community joins WHO in supporting open COVID-19 research, science (Galford, 6/2).

NPR: Indian Teen Bikes 700 Miles With Injured Dad, Is Hailed As Hero — And Sparks Debate (Frayer/Pathak, 6/2).

Reuters: India steps up efforts to curb locust infestation (Bhardwaj, 6/2).

Reuters: COVID-19 death toll among nurses doubled in past month, says nurses group (Mantovani/Nebehay, 6/3).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: U.N. expert calls for global ban on ‘cruel’ conversion therapy (Lopez, 6/1).

VOA: Girls Rush to Marriage, Childbirth for Fear of COVID-19 (Seo, 6/2).

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