Concerns that coronavirus could infect 16 million Yemenis "are more than just assumptions,” WHO official Ahmed Al-Mandhari said. “These estimates are based on facts that we are witnessing in Yemen."
Exclusive interview: WHO director says COVID-19 could infect half of Yemen population
The number of daily coronavirus cases in most Arab countries is on the rise and has not yet reached the point at which the curve begins to ..Continue reading →
The UN on Tuesday raised only around half the required $2.41 billion in humanitarian aid for Yemen, ravaged by war and coronavirus, at a ..
An abandoned oil tanker off the coast of Hodeidah that has been described as a “floating bomb” is still afloat after seawater ..
One could be forgiven for having hoped that Yemen’s woes, which have kept away (most) tourists, could have kept away the coronavirus. ..
Yemen’s government-controlled Red Sea Coast Guard on Sunday denied rumors circulating in the Yemeni press and on social media that the..
Aid organizations are making an urgent plea for funding to shore up their operations in war-torn Yemen, saying they have already been forced..
The death of Sana’a University professor Mahmoud Daoud on Friday in Sana’a, which follows the death a week prior of Sana’a..
The Minister of Health in the Houthi government, Taha Al-Mutawakkel, announced to a room full of health professionals and government ..
Ahead of the High-Level Pledging Event for the Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen, to be virtually co-convened by the United Nations and Saudi ..
Yemen’s land transport union warned that the industry is "dying” amid the COVID-19 outbreak, as evidenced by the closure of..
The Houthi-run Ministry of Health in Sana’a implicitly acknowledged that the group has downplayed the extent of the coronavirus ..