PEAH News Flash 392

News Flash Links, as part of the research project PEAH (Policies for Equitable Access to Health), aim to focus on the latest challenges by trade and governments rules to equitable access to health in resource-limited settings

News Flash 392


Opening remarks by President von der Leyen at the joint press conference with President Michel following the Special European Council meeting of 17-21 July 2020 

Allegations Are ‘Untrue, Unacceptable & Distracting’ – WHO Issues Strong Rebuttal To US Claims That China Bought The Director-General 

Coronavirus disease (COVID-2019) situation reports 

WHO concerned about COVID-19 impact on indigenous people in the Americas 

Latest Covid-19 Statistics from African Countries 

COVID-19 Could Cause More Deaths This Year Than Tuberculosis, The Current Deadliest Infectious Disease 

New COVID-19 Law Lab to provide vital legal information and support for the global COVID-19 response 

Poor Ventilation In Restaurants And Buses: A Major Factor In COVID-19 Transmission, Says Hong Kong Study 

The Pharmacist’s Role In COVID-19 Response Efforts 

Oxford coronavirus vaccine ‘safe’ and effective, study suggests 

Opinion: Vaccine trials start and end with the community 

Hepatitis C drugs, available as generics through MPP’s licence, show early promising results for COVID-19 

Central Asia’s COVID-19 Response Exposes Problems in Governance 

Addressing Racial Health Disparities In The COVID-19 Pandemic: Immediate And Long-Term Policy Solutions 

U.N. report suggests temporary basic income to help world’s poorest amid pandemic 

DNDi 2019 annual report 

Overlooked and forgotten: Sickle Cell Disease amidst COVID-19 

Parental intent to initiate and complete the human papillomavirus vaccine series in the USA: a nationwide, cross-sectional survey 

Opinion: What do nurses need now? 

Abortion rates highest where legally restricted: study 

Human Rights Reader 536 

AP Exclusive: Aid from top donors drops even as need soars 

Aid plummets as UN calls for US$10bil in COVID-19 relief 

COVID-19 Impact Means Women and Girls Will Still Eat Last, Be Educated Last 

Inadequate Water & Sanitation Threatens Women’s & Girls’ Development in Senegal 

Giants like OSF Are Making Big Pledges for Racial Justice. Is a Lasting Shift Underway?

Toto Care Box: Enhancing Maternal and Newborn Health in Kenya by Reagun Andera Odhiambo 

Food and Pandemics report, part 1 

Deforestation has slowed down but still remains a concern, new UN report reveals 

India’s Leading Environmental Websites Blocked By New Delhi Police – After Protesting Loosened Environmental Rules