New COVID-19 Wave Batters Afghanistan’s Crumbling Health Care
By Kathy Gannon
Nearly half the samples in public laboratories in Afghanistan between January 30 and February 5 tested positive for COVID-19.
In Afghan Hospital, Unpaid Doctors and Rigid Taliban Clash
By Samya Kullab and Bram Janssen
The Taliban are now running Afghanistan’s hospitals. Their top priorities? Separating men and women and building mosques, even as there’s no money for salaries or medicines.
Herd Immunity Can’t Save Afghanistan From COVID -19
By Ezzatullah Mehrdad
The long-struggling Afghanistan might go through a new surge of COVID-19 cases that could trigger a full-scale crisis -- unlike the first wave.
Afghan Lives Through the Lens of COVID-19
By FES/ Mohammad Aref Karim and Mariam Alimi
Illuminating the deep socioeconomic impact of the pandemic on Afghan lives.
The Fate of Afghan Students Stranded in Coronavirus-Hit Wuhan
By Mohammad Azeem Zmarial Kakar
Afghanistan has so far declined to evacuate its nationals from the quarantine zone, despite their pleas.