More News in Global Health
AP: LGBT refugees find a haven in Kenya despite persecution (Odula, 6/20).
AP: Last batch of joint aid lands in Yemen amid U.N. funding cuts (Debre/Hyde, 6/19).
Devex: COVID-19 puts a spotlight on the Medicines Patent Pool (Worley, 6/22).
Devex: Q&A: U.N. envoy on building back a better food system (Welsh, 6/19).
New York Times: Scientists Take Aim at Another Coronavirus Study in a Major Journal (Mandavilli, 6/18).
New York Times: Tsunami or Ripple? The Pandemic’s Mental Toll Is an Open Question (Carey, 6/21).
Science: Drug recently shown to reduce coronavirus death risk could run out, experts warn (Cahan, 6/21).
U.N. News: Global ban needed on bogus ‘conversion therapy,’ argues U.N. rights expert (6/21).
Washington Post: Kirk R. Smith, scientist who warned of health hazards of open-fire cooking, dies at 73 (Shudel, 6/21).
Xinhua: WHO certifies South Sudan free of polio (6/20).
Xinhua: UNRWA official warns of COVID-19 risks in refugee camps (6/21).
The KFF Daily Global Health Policy Report summarized news and information on global health policy from hundreds of sources, from May 2009 through December 2020. All summaries are archived and available via search.
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