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Racism as a Public Health Crisis

Interview with Minneapolis City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins on the intersection of race, health, and COVID-19

A New Way to Drive COVID-19 Vaccine Development

How a "benefit-based advance market commitment" could build on existing Gavi COVAX and EU Joint Procurement initiatives

Two Hundred Thousand and (Not) Counting

by Thoai Ngo , Charlotte Brasseux, Mingqi Song - September 22, 2020

The U.S. failure to collect social and community data hampers efforts to control COVID-19 and to address health inequity

A girl from a migrant worker family that came to Thailand from Myanmar and lost their jobs due to COVID-19, lines up for free food in Bangkok, Thailand, on April 23, 2020. The photo shows a small girl wearing a facemask looking at the camera. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
Migration

In Thailand, Noncitizen Health Matters

Data in Global Health

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Series: Coronavirus Knows No Borders

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This series explores how COVID-19 is unfolding in places like Argentina, Canada, Ecuador, India, Iran, Kenya, Lebanon, Nigeria, Malawi, the Navajo Nation, Russia, Samoa, Taiwan, South Korea, Sweden, Ukraine, the United States, Yemen, and Zimbabweand in regions across Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and Europe.

Expanding Health-Care Access in Times of Coronavirus

Health and wellness centers have expanded access to primary health-care services in Punjab, India—even in the pandemic

In Africa’s COVID-19 Response, Strive, Don’t Settle

Broad and equitable health systems could finally be within reach for African countries—closer than the world realizes

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