6-9 | COVID-19 has affected millions all over the world. Like many other organisations responding to the pandemic, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is faced with challenges—from the global shortage of PPEs to lack of transportation. Despite these obstacles, MSF finds ways to care for the most vulnerable: children, refugees, people living with HIV, high-risk groups, and more.
6-3 | A car drove up to the low, white building that is the Médecins Sans Frontières COVID-19 treatment centre in Aden. In it was a man of around 60 who was coughing and struggling for breath. He managed to heave himself into a wheelchair and then the team took him down to the intensive care unit to start giving him oxygen. Four hours later he was dead.
6-2 | Governments must attach strings as they pledge billions to pay for vaccines in developing countries
5-30 | Regulation is needed for all countries to protect healthcare staff and respond to the COVID-19 pandemicThe international humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) called today for regulation to ensure that personal protective equipment (PPE) is distributed in an equitable and transparent manner during the COVID-19 pandemic.
5-29 | Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) welcomed today’s launch of the World Health Organization (WHO) Solidarity Call to Action for equitable global access to COVID-19 health technologies through sharing of knowledge, intellectual property and data. As an international medical humanitarian organisation responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in more than 70 countries, MSF called on governments to stand with patients and frontline workers to adopt enforceable measures that bind parties to any agreement to ensure access to COVID-19 health technologies for everyone.