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The Silent Spread of STDs During the Pandemic
With STD testing shortage, health-care providers fear undetected spread
Emergency Departments: A Site for Future COVID-19 Vaccinations
Given equity considerations, emergency departments should be used to expand vaccine distribution
Data in Global Health
Featured Data Points
Indirect costs of the first 10,000 cases of AIDS in the United States alone were estimated at $4.8 billion
In Minnesota and Saudi Arabia mask use is 76 percent and 75 percent, respectively
In the United States, more than 90 percent of the population was directed to shelter in place during the first lockdown
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One in three women—some 1.3 billion women and girls worldwide—experiences gender-based violence over her lifetime
If 70 percent of U.S. residents are vaccinated or exposed to COVID-19 by May, the country could achieve herd immunity
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: The Biden Administration and COVID-19See all
Contributors consider the priorities for a new U.S. administration
President Biden's First Foreign Policy Speech: Reality Check or Missed Opportunity for Global Health?
Convincing the world that the United States is back in terms of global health will be a long and arduous road
A Path to Global Citizenship for the United States: Building Back Better in Global Health
The United States should earn back the trust of its allies and fulfill its obligations to restore U.S. global leadership
Weighing Biden's First Executive Orders to Address COVID-19
Plaudits and missed opportunities
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Philippines Seeks to Vaccinate 100 Million Citizens by 2023
The Philippines targets to vaccinate its entire population of more than 100 million people against the coronavirus by 2023.
Flurry of Bills Aim to Set Limits on Transgender Kids – And Their Doctors
Montana's bill to criminalize doctors for medically treating transgender children is similar to bills being considered in other states this year.
Winter Storm Disrupts COVID-19 Vaccinations, Closing Clinics And Delaying Shipments
The massive storm sweeping across the country is putting a freeze on COVID-19 vaccine distribution in several states and cities.
After Delay, Israel Allows Vaccines Into Hamas-Run Gaza
Israel allowed the Palestinian Authority to deliver the first coronavirus vaccines to the Gaza Strip on Wednesday.