Researchers Examine Coronavirus Impacts In Africa; COVID-19 Stigma High Among Some Populations In Asia-Pacific; E.U., Canada Face Possible 2nd Waves; New Wave Building In U.S.
BBC News: Coronavirus corruption in Kenya: Officials and businesspeople targeted (Igunza, 9/24).
DW: World in Progress: Coronavirus makes life harder for HIV/AIDS patients in Uganda (Nakirya, 9/24).
NBC News: Africa has held off the worst of the coronavirus. Researchers are working to figure out how (Chow, 9/25).
AP: Asia Today: India’s daily new virus cases on declining trend (9/25).
Devex: COVID-19 stigma high among certain groups in Asia-Pacific, survey reveals (Ravelo, 9/25).
Financial Times: India’s top coronavirus adviser defends pandemic response (Findlay, 9/24).
Washington Post: ‘Tis the season for travel in China. But virus fears cast a shadow over festivities (Dou/Li, 9/25).
AP: E.U. warns of slim window to avoid repeat of prior virus peak (9/24).
The Guardian: What lessons can Europe learn from Sweden’s Covid-19 experience? (Henley, 9/25).
Washington Post: As pandemic winter looms, leaders in Europe and Canada issue stark warnings (Rauhala et al., 9/24).
AP: AP Interview: Israeli virus czar fights outbreak, politics (Goldenberg, 9/25).
Washington Post: Coronavirus is out of control in Syria, no matter what the government says (Dadouch, 9/25).
The Hill: New wave of COVID-19 cases builds in U.S. (Wilson, 9/25).
Newsweek: How the U.S. ‘Uniquely Mismanaged’ the Coronavirus Pandemic (Gander, 9/24).
Washington Post: The code: How genetic science helped expose a secret coronavirus outbreak (Kaplan et al., 9/24).
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.