Pien Huang Pien Huang is a global health and development reporter on the Science desk. She was NPR's first Reflect America Fellow, working with shows, desks and podcasts to bring more diverse voices to air and online.
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What Happened Today: Trump Threatens To Move RNC, Global Impact Questions

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A portion of the letter that President Trump addressed to World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, posted late Monday night on Twitter in the midst of WHO's annual assembly. @realDonaldTrump / Twitter screengrab by NPR hide caption

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What Happened Today: Grocery Prices Spike, Asymptomatic Carriers Questions

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A COVID-19 testing operation stays busy in Boyle Heights, Calif. Daily case counts overall may be on the low side because access to testing is limited in some parts of the world. Brian van der Brug/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images hide caption

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This image made by a scanning electron micrograph shows SARS-COV-2 virus particles (colorized pink) from a patient sample. There are various studies looking at changes to the virus genome — and the possible impact on how the virus affects humans. NIAID/NIH hide caption

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What Happened Today: New Unemployment Numbers, Coronavirus Mutation Questions

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World Health Organization leaders at a press briefing on COVID-19, held on March 6 at WHO headquarters in Geneva. Here's a look at its history, its mission and its role in the current crisis. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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What It Would Take To Lower The Number Of COVID-19 Patients And Flatten The Curve

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Spread Of Coronavirus Accelerates Across Africa

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Global Health Expert Answers The Most Common Coronavirus Questions

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Global Health Expert Answers More Common Coronavirus Questions

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The World Health Organization is is "absolutely critical to the world's efforts to win the war against COVID-19," U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres said, after President Trump said he will halt funding to the agency. Here, a WHO staff member inspects a coronaviruus quarantine facility at the Rafah border crossing in the southern Gaza Strip in March. via REUTERS hide caption

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