Congress Took Funding for Global COVID-19 Vaccinations Off the Table. More Than Half of Voters Say It Should Be a Priority

Voters more likely to back funding for U.S. vaccinations than those overseas

Lack of Institutional Trust and Polarization Aren’t Just U.S. Problems. That Could Hamper the Global Pandemic Response

18 countries are split on where the public gets COVID-19 news, places trust

Voters Think Measures in Biden’s Updated Pandemic Plan Will Be Effective

7 in 10 voters say plans for antiviral pills at pharmacies, improved building ventilation will be effective

2 in 3 Democrats and 2 in 5 Republicans Back Proposal to Waive COVID-19 Vaccine Patent Rights

Increase in overall voter support from May 2021 driven by uptick among Republicans

Digital Mental Health Startups for Kids Are Raking in Cash, New Data Shows. It Won’t Be Enough to Fix the Crisis

Digital companies face payment, workforce challenges as they try to plug shortage of youth behavioral health care

Just 1 in 2 Adults Say It’s Easy to Access Mental Health Care Where They Live

Findings come as health officials warn of pandemic’s effect on mental health

Nearly 3 in 5 U.S. Asian Adults Say Reports of Racism, Violence Have Affected Their Mental Health

Most say Asians have faced more discrimination in the United States during the past year

As COVID-19 Takes Toll on Mental Health, Providers Push to Increase Workforce and Access Beyond the Pandemic

Providers, advocates asking for expanded telehealth, better pay, workforce development

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