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The paper also presents the latest evidence on the gendered impact of the pandemic and reflects on the long-term impact of the crisis on the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
July 10, 2020 Covid-induced food insecurity has exposed underinvestment in food tech, says sustainability entrepreneurSource: Eco-Business
Global supply chain disruptions brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic have exposed a lack of investment in food technology that could have eased the food security issues that have affected many parts of the world this year, a...
Source: Boston Globe
Public health experts at Harvard are warning that COVID-19 remains as “lethal as ever,” cautioning that any narratives about the virus being less dangerous are “false.”
Source: NY Times
The virus has infiltrated Sunday services, church meetings and youth camps. More than 650 cases have been linked to reopened religious facilities.
July 9, 2020 37 Places You’re Most Likely to Catch CoronavirusSource: MSN
Your local restaurant, health club, park, or beach may be open, but coronavirus cases are surging around the country. Most of the U.S. wants to know: What activities are safe, and which should be avoided?
July 8, 2020 Anthony Fauci warns US is 'knee-deep' in first wave of coronavirus cases and prognosis is 'really not good'Source: USA Today
WASHINGTON – Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said Monday that the U.S. handle on the coronavirus outbreak is “really not good” and that action is needed to curb the spread.
Authorities in a city in the Chinese region of Inner Mongolia issued a warning on Sunday, one day after a hospital reported a case of suspected bubonic plague.
July 7, 2020 5 Reasons a Second Stimulus Will Be Passed in JulySource: Motley Fool
There's little doubt that 2020 will not soon be forgotten by the American public. The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has left an indelible mark on society, with nonessential shutdowns costing more than 20 million...
The surge in coronavirus cases across the Sun Belt is slowing the economic recovery in the United States. That's according to Goldman Sachs, which said
The 2020 coronavirus and 1918 Spanish influenza pandemics share many similarities, but they also diverge on one key point.
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