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- In the world's least developed countries (LDCs), 900 million people are at risk from coronavirus;. - These countries lack the economic resources and medical infrastructure of their more developed counterparts but can learn lessons from their response and benefit from their support;. - The global community must help LDCs expand PPE and technology for frontline workers, ensure an uninterrupted supply of essential medicines and equitable access to vaccines and medication. The ongoing death toll from the COVID-19 pandemic in developed countries such as Italy and the US portends a looming disaster in the world’s most impoverished countries. The public health responses in some of Asia’s most ... Full story

28 March