Monthly operational update on COVID-19 – August 2022 – World Health Organization

by | Aug 30, 2022 | COVID-19

In this edition of the COVID-19 Monthly Operational Update,
highlights of country-level actions and WHO support to countries include:   WHO/Europe supports
Kazakhstan’s national laboratory working group to develop national
laboratory policy and strategic plans to address COVID-19 lessons
learned Liberia’s Grand Bassa
county hits 71% COVID-19 vaccination coverage against its total
population Nepal launches the
COVID-19 vaccination campaign for children Social listening leads
to more impactful communication and a stronger COVID-19 response in
Fiji Building emergency care
capacities through training: scaling up Afghanistan’s delivery of
essential health services and health system resilience during the pandemic
and beyond The Bahamas receives the
first pediatric COVID-19 vaccines through the COVAX Facility Palau establishes its
national emergency medical team Increasing COVID-19
vaccination coverage in Togo in 2021 through community dialogue and
traditional leaders Téchne’s International
Multidisciplinary Summer School on “Systemic Design for Health:”
responding to needs identified during the COVID-19 pandemic and
beyond Building a community of
learning for women leaders in health emergencies among WHO staff and
Member States Leveraging lessons learned
and systems from previous epidemics, Uganda builds up its response
capacities to scale up COVID-19 testing and surveillance while maintaining
essential health services WHO develops a method to
deliver actionable infodemic insights and recommendations as part of the
COVID-19 pandemic response Leaving no one behind:
How ensures equity in health information delivery for people
living with disabilities WHO’s COVID-19 Response
Funding in 2022: Delivering science, solutions and solidarity to end the
acute phase of the pandemic Updated
WHO guidance and publications   

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