More News In Global Health

Borgen Magazine: Global Vaccine Summit Unites Countries for Gavi’s Vaccination Work (Marabito, 6/23).

CEO Magazine: Bill Gates: who will get a coronavirus vaccine first (Horswill, 6/24).

Devex: Can women’s health clinics regain ground after ‘the most disruptive interruption’? (Lieberman, 6/24).

Devex: Q&A: The role of faith-based organizations amid COVID-19 (Root, 6/23).

Devex: Sector boundaries are blurring, says CARE secretary general (Root, 6/24).

Devex: ‘Keys to the Latin Bank’: How an American president could influence development at IDB (Welsh, 6/24).

The Guardian: Jordan smoking rates highest in world amid claims of big tobacco interference (Safi/al-Tahat, 6/23).

NPR: Bleak UNICEF Report On Kids And COVID-19 … But There Is Hope (Kritz, 6/23).

Outside Online: How Do We Prevent the Next Pandemic? (Yu, 6/24).

Science: COVID-19 cancels charity galas and walks. Science is paying the price (Cahan/O’Grady, 6/24).

Spectrum News 1: Rep. Schiff Demands FDA Repeal Blood Donation Guidelines on Gay Men (Nguyen, 6/23).

U.N. News: Frontline public servants lauded for ‘remarkable acts of service to humankind’ (6/23).

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