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NewsNet 10 Sep 2020

PPE Shortage "Only Gotten Worse" Amid COVID Pandemic

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When speaking about the shortage of PPE amid the COVID-19 pandemic, President of the American Medical Association, Susan Bailey, said in a recent statement, "that same situation exists today, and in many ways things have only gotten worse."


The United Nations officially turned 75 years old, but this milestone comes as COVID-19 rages around the world, upending lives and deepening crises.

As the world body marks its anniversary, we look at how the UN, founded in 1945, is holding up in today's realities and how the pandemic is shaping its response to key challenges of global health, poverty, and conflict.

CGTN's Liling Tan reports.
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