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The WHO is worried about accelerating epidemics, especially in Central and South America.
The WHO issues new COVID-19-related guidance on noncommunicable disease and mass gatherings.
WHO officials urge nations to take extra care in relaxing their distancing measures.
Italy today reported a staggering 6,000 new cases, and confirmed global deaths have topped 10,000.
By the age of 5, children in these countries receive 25 antibiotic courses on average.
Strains in Africa are becoming more drug resistant.
The WHO announces a vaccine campaign in Haiti and $1 million in funding for Yemen.
HHS Secretary Burwell says lack of congressional action forced $81 million to be taken from other programs.
Senate Democrats derail a $1.1 billion Zika funding bill over objections to attached measures.
Also, researchers report that the virus was circulating in Haiti in late 2014.
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