More News In Global Health

Devex: ‘Optimized for the underserved’: A new diagnostic test built for low-income settings (Cheney, 6/17).

Devex: Can business step up on SDGs post COVID-19? (Saldinger, 6/17).

Homeland Preparedness News: Bavarian Nordic to increase bulk manufacturing of Ebola vaccines for Janssen (Galford, 6/16).

Homeland Preparedness News: IAEA launches new initiative to better prepare for future pandemics (Kovaleski, 6/16).

National Geographic: Will COVID-19 inspire the world to provide poor people with clean water? (Bhowmick, 6/16).

NPR: How Many People Transmit The Coronavirus Without Ever Feeling Sick? (Baughman, 6/17).

PBS NewsHour: Peter Piot spent his career chasing viruses. Then COVID-19 ‘got’ him (Brangham, 6/16).

PRI: Why many in public health support anti-racism protests — with some precautions amid coronavirus (Gordon, 6/15).

Reuters: World Bank approves $1 billion for health, education in Congo (Bujakera, 6/16).

STAT: STAT+ Conversations: A discussion with Dr. Ashish Jha (Branswell, 6/16).

The Telegraph: Overuse of antibiotics threatens twin pandemic of superbugs and Covid-19 (Hayes, 6/16).

Wall Street Journal: How Exactly Do You Catch Covid-19? There Is a Growing Consensus (Hernandez et al., 6/16).

Washington Post: Children are only half as likely to get infected with the coronavirus, study finds (Achenbach/Meckler, 6/16).

WIRED: We Can Protect the Economy From Pandemics. Why Didn’t We? (Ratliff, 6/16).

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