Some African, Asian Countries Face Food Shortages Amid Pandemic; European Nations Struggle To Coordinate Lockdown Exit Strategies
AP: Virus choking off supply of what Africa needs most: Food (Mutsaka/Odula, 4/15).
Mail & Guardian: In Sierra Leone, malaria spiked during Ebola. Will it happen again during Covid-19? (Brima, 4/14).
New Humanitarian: COVID-19 has Kenyan refugee camp on edge (Rodgers et al., 4/14).
U.N. News: COVID-19: Major relief airlift will reach ‘most vulnerable’ African nations (4/14).
Foreign Policy: Lockdown or Starvation? Poorer Economies Weigh Impossible Choice (Agrawal, 4/14).
NPR: Taiwan Reports No New Coronavirus Cases, Adding To Success In Fighting Pandemic (Chappell, 4/14).
Washington Post: South Korean voters pass through coronavirus medical checks on way to ballot box (Kim/Denyer, 4/15).
The Guardian: From Liberia to Spain: working in disaster zones (Encinas/Jones, 4/14).
POLITICO: Every European country for itself on coronavirus exit strategy (Herszenhorn/Gehrke, 4/14).
PRI: Top scientist says he quit research council over poor European response to COVID-19 (Oseran, 4/14).
AP: U.N. Colombia envoy: ex-combatants making masks amid pandemic (Lederer, 4/15).
AP: Guatemala: U.S. deportations driving up COVID-19 cases (Pérez D., 4/15).
New Humanitarian: Coronavirus brings new worries for Venezuelans in Colombian shanty town (Baddour/Huang, 4/14).
Newsweek: Chile Counts Those Who Died of Coronavirus as Recovered Because They’re ‘No Longer Contagious,’ Health Minister Says (Kim, 4/14).
PRI: Bolsonaro’s denial of coronavirus puts the country at risk (Kemeny, 4/14).
Bloomberg: Saudi Arabia Races to Contain Epidemic in Islam’s Holiest City (Nereim, 4/14).
U.N. News: Syria coronavirus threat sparks broad UN containment effort (4/14).
AP: Military sees no quick exit from ‘new world’ of coronavirus (Burns, 4/15).
The Atlantic: Our Pandemic Summer (Yong, 4/14).
Washington Post: CDC, FEMA have created a plan to reopen America. Here’s what it says (Sun et al., 4/14).
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.