This article by Rousseau, Jaimes and El-Mazoub discusses the importance of inclusive public health during health crises like COVID-19.
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A time-series analysis of testing and COVID-19 outbreaks in Canadian federal prisons to inform prevention and surveillance efforts
This article by Blair, Parnia and Siddiqi examines data on COVID-19 testing, disease prevalence, recovery, and mortality within federal prisons in Canada.
Health departments taking action on incarceration: A framework for advancing health instead of punishment during COVID-19
This report by Human Impact Partners discusses how inattention to carceral facilities has led to increased COVID-19 cases in prisons.
Build back fairer: The COVID-19 Marmot review. The pandemic, socioeconomic and health inequalities in England
This report by Marmot et al. considers how socioeconomic inequities in the United Kingdom prior to the pandemic led to poorer population outcomes from COVID-19.
A health promotion focus on COVID-19: Keep the Trojan horse out of our health systems. Promote health for all in times of crisis and beyond!
This report by Saboga-Nunes et. al., written on behalf of several international health promotion organizations, presents five equity-related discussion points to inform COVID-19 recovery.