More News In Global Health
BBC: The virus hunter who got Covid (Mazumdar, 6/23).
Devex: Q&A: How to protect health care workers from occupational exposure to hazardous drugs (6/23).
Forbes: Bill And Melinda Gates Have Sharp Words For U.S.’ Lack Of Leadership Role In Fighting Pandemic (Wang, 6/23).
The Guardian: ‘Divorce isn’t an option’: Afghan women find hope in saffron scheme (Glinski, 6/23).
Nature: Going back in time for an antibody to fight COVID-19 (Whittaker/Daniel, 6/22).
Science: ‘Has it peaked? I don’t know.’ NIH official details foreign influence probe (Mervis, 6/22).
SciDev.Net: ‘Alarming’ use of critical human antibiotics on crops (Irwin, 6/23).
Scientific American: How ‘Superspreading’ Events Drive Most COVID-19 Spread (Aschwanden, 6/23).
The Telegraph: Why Covid-19 kills nearly twice as many men as women (Nuki, 6/23).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Nobel winner unveils code to protect survivors of sexual violence in war (Milne, 6/19).
U.N. News: First Person: Ending violence against women — ‘men and boys — I am talking to you,’ says U.N. Deputy Chief (6/22).
U.S. News & World Report: Meet the Woman Behind the World’s Most Famous Coronavirus Tracker (Galvin, 6/22).
VOA News: HIV Drug Sped to Approval 25 Years Ago Revolutionized Fight Against AIDS (Presutti, 6/22).
Xinhua: Cameroon police seize huge quantity of fake medicines (6/22).
Xinhua: Feature: After escaping deadly bombings, Yemeni mother faces new challenge of cancer (6/22).
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.