More News In Global Health

The Atlantic: A New Understanding of Herd Immunity (Hamblin, 7/13).

Borgen Magazine: 5 Facts About Aboriginal Children Facing Obesity in Australia (Shusterman, 7/11).

Devex: One Health approach could be Australia’s contribution to the COVID-19 response (Cornish, 7/13).

New York Times: How Koalas With an STD Could Help Humanity (Gross, 7/13).

NPR: How 6 Problem-Solvers Tackled Pandemic Challenges In Their Neighborhoods (Bwire et al., 7/12).

Reuters: Pandemic exposes scientific rift over proving when germs are airborne (Steenhuysen et al., 7/10).

U.N. News: A taxing problem: how to ensure the poor and vulnerable don’t shoulder the cost of the COVID-19 crisis (7/12).

U.N. News: Waiting to declare famine ‘will be too late for Yemenis on brink of starvation’ (7/10).

U.N. News: Wildlife crime putting environment and health at risk: U.N. report (7/10).

Washington Post: Why do bats have so many viruses? (Ehrenberg, 7/12).

Xinhua: Novel coronavirus could have existed long before outbreak: WHO regional official (7/12).

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