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WFP Global Update on COVID-19: November 2020

https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/WFP-0000121675/download/
As the impact of economic losses due to COVID-19 is expected to continue through 2021, compounding structural and acute vulnerabilities, sustaining crisis response while contributing to building back better is essential.

As the COVID-19 crisis becomes protracted, it is increasingly challenging to separate the food security needs generated by a single driver - COVID-19 - from the aggravating and compounding impact that the crisis is having in areas that face multiple and overlapping drivers of vulnerability, such as conflict, socio-economic downturns, natural hazards, climate change and pests.