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Countering COVID-19 Misinformation in Africa

On a continent of 1.3 billion people, WHO and partners are working to cut through the noise on social media and dash hea

Overcoming COVID-19 Misinformation in Africa

Country borders and language barriers do little to stop the spread of unverified scientific claims about COVID-19

Governance

A Path Forward on COVID-19 in Tanzania

There is no time to waste in saving lives

Governance

Human Rights and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Governments have an obligation to guarantee the continued protection of the public's rights during and after a pandemic

Governance

COVID-19—A Review of Community Participation

Citizen participation can reduce damages caused by the pandemic and—crucially—help identify a sustainable path forward

Trade

Back to Basics After COVID-19

Investing in Primary Care Now Will Prepare the U.S. for the Next Pandemic

Governance

How the Origins of COVID-19 Became Politicized

Where the coronavirus came from is no longer a scientific question—thanks to narrative spin, agendas, and misinformation

Governance

Contact Tracing Requires Building Trust

As states gear up their contact tracing efforts, here’s how they should approach getting buy-in within their communities

Trade

Vaccine Dreams and Russian Reality

Putin's gamble on an untested cure has high stakes—it could pay off if it actually works but will cost lives if it fails

Governance

Southeast Asia Needs Its Own CDC

COVID-19 is a baptism by fire and highlights the need for an effective, durable disease control authority in the region

Urbanization

Shifting Front Lines in West Africa

Leveraging community health promoters to protect vulnerable populations against COVID- 19 and other threats in Nigeria

Governance

Coronavirus in Nigeria: A Case for Community Engagement

Nigerians should have a sense of ownership in mitigation—how their daily sacrifices help to curb this deadly pandemic

Governance

What the HIV/AIDS Pandemic Can Teach Us About COVID-19

The impacts of stigma, fear, and bureaucracy in emerging epidemics

Urbanization

Coronavirus in East Africa

Disease-induced divisions and challenges to regional blocs are set to deepen in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic