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COVID-19

Mohamed Hasani and Abeer Mohsen
Yemen’s shambolic health infrastructure and lack of protective gear forebodes badly for effectively countering a coronavirus second wave, which experts fear will be more severe than the first.
Salem Al-Rayes
The health sector in Gaza continues today thanks to emergency intervention here and quick assistance there, without any regularity in aid or a clear plan that the residents can rely on even for the few days to come.
Firas Tawil
Those who examined the pattern of the epidemic will notice the government’s laxity in enforcing health protocols across sectors, as well as their poor commitment to preventive measures such as wearing masks and keeping a social distance.
Nasser Yassin
For refugees and IDPs, it is a matter of survival maneuvering between risk of starvation and danger of contacting the virus.
Ammar Izz
The elderly in the unofficial refugee camps in the countryside of Idlib are deprived of medical units for primary health care or quarantine centers, amid fears of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, upon detecting the first case in the camp.
Eman Adel- Egyptian journalist
The pattern of the level of crimes committed against women in the time of “COVID- 19” is unimaginable. Local media has reported the incident of a husband throwing his wife from the fifth floor due to her infection with Coronavirus…
Dawlat Al-Hasbani
There are seriously dangerous hidden dimensions in the absence of real information related to the break out of the pandemic in Yemen. The consequences will not only affect Yemen but its impact may also include other places in the future…
Mohammad Bassiki and Ali Ibrahim
The COVID-19 Pandemic has cast its dark shadow on Mariam Hammado’s life, a Syrian woman who is extremely concerned that one of her four siblings might get infected with the virus. All of her siblings suffer from a mental disability, which causes them to be unable to figure out what’s going on.
Said Walfakir
“Factors of suicide overlap, pile up, accumulate and get complicated until the person who is about to commit suicide no longer recognizes the problems he was facing and complaining about, whether they were related to poverty, social hardships, diseases, bankruptcy or any other reason.”
Manahel Alsahoui
Within the tremendous amount of fear Syrians have been through, it is just routine to them, so they go out and talk about a viral infection that attacks behind closed doors, and about a war they’ve witnessed with their own eyes. In a battle between war and virus, war is always the victor.
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