Persons affected by leprosy and the COVID-19 global health crisis: a consultative calls report from GPZL’s emergency response Working Group 2
A report from GPZL’s Emergency Response Working Group 2, published in the December 2020 issue of Leprosy Review.
GPZL Working Group 1 assesses challenges and a path forward for leprosy during COVID-19
A report from GPZL’s Leprosy Emergency Operations Committee (LEOC), published in the December 2020 issue of Leprosy Review.
Challenges and a Path Forward for Leprosy during COVID-19: Working Group 1 Report
GPZL’s Working Group 1, the Leprosy Emergency Operations Committee (LEOC), works to address and resolve issues in the supply of drugs for the treatment of leprosy and leprosy reactions, and other forms of care such as wound care, disability care, … More Challenges and a Path Forward for Leprosy during COVID-19: Working Group 1 Report
The COVID-19 Crisis and Persons Affected by Leprosy Fact Sheet
Persons affected by leprosy have been especially impacted by the worst consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. Governments, NGOs, civil society organizations, and organizations of persons affected by leprosy have enacted policies and programmes intended to support persons affected during this crisis, although there are still gaps. The Global Partnership for Zero Leprosy COVID-19 Emergency Response Working Group 2 and UN Special Rapporteur Alice Cruz, gathered data from 100+ persons affected and partners, representing 24 countries on available programmes and resources offering support to persons affected during this time. This fact sheet highlights some of the measures taken by governments and NGOs in the represented countries, and underscores the need for increased support.
Advice about leprosy and COVID-19
Advice about leprosy and COVID-19 from the WHO Global Leprosy Programme, ILEP, UN Special Rapporteur Alice Cruz, and GPZL. Includes guidance on diagnosis and clinical management of leprosy patients, public health aspects of leprosy in the COVID-19 pandemic, and services for persons living with disabilities and/or psychosocial consequences of leprosy.