Homelessness in Times of Coronavirus—A Way Forward for the United States
COVID-19 challenges us to reform affordable housing and social services that support people experiencing homelessness
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Research & AnalysisSee all
One Weak Link and the Whole Thing Falls Apart
A more structured, uniform, and comprehensive U.S. approach is needed to collect, report, and analyze coronavirus data
COVID-19 This Week: On the Brink
The United States is a global outlier—a long way from vaccines or containment, even as we consider reopening schools
Combatting COVID-19 Without Sacrificing Sustainable Development Goals
We must not stop investing in long-term health projects—even under significant resource constraints in times of pandemic
Data in Global Health
Featured Data Points
4 out of 5
Four in every five COVID-19-related deaths in Canada have been linked to long-term care and retirement homes
As of early June, the entire country of Malawi had only seventeen ventilators and twenty-five intensive care beds.
1 in 3
One in three women—some 1.3 billion women and girls worldwide—experiences gender-based violence over her lifetime
Vietnam has only seen 369 cases and 0 deaths, astounding numbers for a country of 96.1 million people
In Washington DC, some 75 percent of those who died of coronavirus were Black Americans
Between May 15 and May 22, COVID-19 testing capacity in Wuhan increased more than 13-fold, from 11,400 to 1.5 million te
Chinese factories supply 70 percent of active ingredients for India’s generic drug manufacturers, which supply the world
More than 80% of people in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa have no social protections against illness or unemployment
In Sub-Saharan Africa alone, community health is underfunded by an estimated $2 billion every year
Series: Coronavirus Knows No BordersSee all in series
This series explores how COVID-19 is unfolding in countries like South Korea, Iran, Lebanon, Russia, Ukraine, Ecuador, Nigeria, Malawi, Samoa, Sweden, the United States, the Navajo Nation, and Yemen and in regions like Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia, and Europe.
South Asia Needs a New Playbook (now) to Stop the Coronavirus Catastrophe
COVID-19 offers a once-in-a-lifetime chance to correct years of health security neglect and chronic under-investment
Coronavirus in Toronto—Lessons Lost on a Second SARS
The city's COVID-19 response is strongly informed by the experience of the earlier outbreak—but by no means exceptional
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The Tragedy of Vaccine Nationalism
Only Cooperation Can End the Pandemic.
Parents Are Furious That Schools Can't Reopen
As parents realize how badly the U.S. botched the next school year, we’re furious.
How COVID-19 Is Wreaking Havoc On Our Ability To Make Things — Including Vaccines
We could end up with shortages of more than just toilet paper.
Is Trump On Track For An October Vaccine Surprise?
Trump’s bet that a proven-effective COVID-19 vaccine will be the October surprise to catapult him into a second term is facing increasingly long odds.