48,000 Yemeni women could die giving birth as UN funds run out

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48,000 Yemeni women could die giving birth as UN funds run out

48,000 Yemeni women could die giving birth as UN funds run out

In Yemen, 320,000 pregnant women could be cut off from medical care as the United Nations is forced to scale back support amid the coronavirus crisis. CBS News’ Haley Ott has more.

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