MSF India Newsletter
APRIL 2020

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in more than 70 countries where we already run programmes and launching projects in new countries as they become pandemic hotspots. We are supporting health authorities, engaging in community outreach and working to strengthen vital infection prevention across our medical projects. Every day, we are trying to find new ways to get our staff and desperately needed medical supplies to the people who need help the most.
From Brazil to Belgium to Syria to South Africa, our teams are providing lifesaving medical care to the people who need it most.
Mental health: Coping with stress and anxiety during the epidemic
Our routines have changed as a result of COVID-19 and life is just not as it was before. Many people may start feeling stressed, anxious or have other overwhelming emotions. MSF psychologist Sharika Amin, offers three ways to help us cope during these times.
Mediterranean Migration
Concerns mount over COVID-19 response in the northeast part of the country
Democratic Republic of Congo
New Ebola cases confirmed days before expected end of the outbreak
MSF's response to COVID-19 in care homes for elderly people
Like a virus, violence spreads in the West Bank amid COVID-19
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‘In TB hotspot M East ward, fear of more lethal COVID-19 spread’ by
The Hindu
‘Covid-19: Govt suggests anti-malaria, anti-bacterial drug combo’ by
The Hindu Business Line
We’ve never faced an emergency like this one. Our teams are racing to respond to the #COVID19 pandemic in more than 70 countries. We are already in action helping to slow the spread, but with your help we can do even more.


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