WHO, Experts Raise Concern Over Mexico, Latin America As COVID-19 Cases Rise; Russia Receives More U.S. Ventilators; Cases Continue To Increase In India, Pakistan
Reuters: Uganda health workers say they lack vital equipment to fight COVID-19 (Biryabarema, 6/3).
Thomson Reuters Foundation: ‘Hunger or murder’: Lockdown poverty exposes African sex workers to more violence (Bhalla, 6/3).
AP: Pandemic hits poorest hardest as India, Pakistan cases jump (Lederer/Kurtenbach, 6/4).
AP: Amid virus, those in India’s largest slum help one another (Arthur, 6/4).
Reuters: Thailand’s one million health volunteers hailed as coronavirus heroes (Kuhakan/Wongcha-um, 6/3).
U.N. News: Asian countries urged to honor right to freedom of expression, over pandemic fear (6/3).
AP: Italy opens borders ahead of neighbors, still eyed warily (Barry et al., 6/3).
Reuters: Russia gets more U.S. ventilators as coronavirus cases climb (Kiselyova, 6/4).
NPR: Latin America Becomes A New Epicenter Of The Coronavirus Pandemic (Reeves/Kahn, 6/3).
Washington Post: Latin America had time to prepare for the coronavirus. It couldn’t stop the inevitable (McCoy, 6/3).
Xinhua: WHO especially worried about Central and South America: WHO chief (6/4).
NPR: After Reopening Schools, Israel Orders Them To Shut If COVID-19 Cases Are Discovered (Estrin, 6/3).
Foreign Policy: Is Mexico The Next Coronavirus Epicenter? (Quinn, 6/3).
The Hill: ‘Anti-vaxxers’ are organizing even before a coronavirus vaccine is developed (Srikanth, 6/3).
Washington Post: Mexico issues highest daily tally of coronavirus deaths, more than 1,000 (Sheridan, 6/4).
Washington Post: ‘This is what happens to us’ (Samuels et al., 6/3).
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.