South Africa Deploys Thousands Of Health Workers To Get Ahead Of COVID-19; Singapore’s Migrant Workers Vulnerable To Virus; Italy Sees 1st Drop In Active Cases
The Guardian: Zimbabwe faces malaria outbreak as it locks down to counter coronavirus (Chingono, 4/21).
Washington Post: South Africa is hunting down coronavirus with thousands of health workers (Mogotsi/Bearak, 4/21).
Devex: COVID-19 halts Northern Triangle migration, but deportations continue (Welsh, 4/21).
New Humanitarian: Bracing for the coronavirus in Myanmar’s rebel-held borderlands (Htusan, 4/21).
New York Times: How Coronavirus Infected Some, but Not All, in a Restaurant (Chang, 4/20).
Reuters: India presidential palace isolates 500 over virus scare, Pakistan’s Khan to be tested (Miglani et al., 4/21).
Reuters: Vietnam’s leadership, public showing strong response to contain coronavirus: WHO (Petty, 4/21).
Washington Post: Singapore Lost Control of its Coronavirus Outbreak, and Migrant Workers are the Victims (Mahtani/Chowdhury, 4/21).
The Guardian: Boy with Covid-19 did not transmit disease to more than 170 contacts (Sample, 4/21).
NPR: Italy Finally Sees Its 1st Drop In Active Coronavirus Cases (Chappell, 4/21).
POLITICO: Moscow’s coronavirus offensive (Roberts, 4/21).
AP: Brazil’s government, states fight for pandemic supplies (Jeantet, 4/22).
Reuters: Masks reused and bodies mount as Peru strains under coronavirus (Aquino, 4/22).
Washington Post: Lebanon is in a big mess. But on coronavirus, it’s doing something right (Sly, 4/22).
AP: Timeline reset: CDC confirms weeks-earlier California deaths (Beam, 4/22)
The Atlantic: Let Volunteers Take the COVID Challenge (Friedersdorf, 4/21).
The Hill: CDC director warns second wave of coronavirus might be ‘more difficult’ (Budryk, 4/21).
POLITICO: ‘A crippling blow to America’s prestige’: The government struggles to meet the moment (White, 4/21).
Reuters: CDC chief warns second COVID-19 wave may be worse, arriving with flu season (Gorman, 4/21).
Science: United States should allow volunteers to be infected with coronavirus to test vaccines, lawmakers argue (Cohen, 4/21).
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.