More News In Global Health

CBC News: Canada loses its bid for seat on U.N. Security Council (Harris, 6/17).

CIDRAP News: High antibiotic prescribing rates found in lower-resource nations (Dall, 6/17).

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

Devex: How engagement with religious groups can help fight COVID-19 (Byatnal, 6/17).

Devex: How to address the health care worker shortage (Root/Golubev, 6/18).

Financial Times: Charities explore IP protection to shield status (Murray, 6/18).

Financial Times: Pandemic reopens wounds on IP rights (Croft, 6/18).

Nature: Coronavirus misinformation, and how scientists can help to fight it (Fleming, 6/17).

NPR: Amid Confusion About Reopening, An Expert Explains How To Assess COVID-19 Risk (Gross, 6/17).

Reuters: Namibia faces red locust invasion (Nyaungwa, 6/17).

Scientific American: Genetic Diversity of Malaria in a Single Mosquito Bite May Be Huge (Callier, 6/1).

U.S. News & World Report: U.S. UNICEF Chief: Children the ‘Silent Victims’ of COVID-19 (Haynie, 6/17).

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