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Struggling economies, widening inequality and millions vulnerable: the urgent need for vaccine equity

Health leaders agree that a world without COVID-19 will not be possible until everyone has equal access to vaccines. More than 4.6 million people have died from the virus since it swept across the globe from the beginning of 2020, but it’s expected that the rate of people dying will slow if more people are vaccinated.  Read the full story, “Struggling economies, widening inequality and millions vulnerable: the urgent need for vaccine equity”, on globalissues.org →

Health leaders agree that a world without COVID-19 will not be possible until everyone has equal access to vaccines. More than 4.6 million people have died from the virus since it swept across the globe from the beginning of 2020, but it’s expected that the rate of people dying will slow if more people are vaccinated. 
Read the full story, “Struggling economies, widening inequality and millions vulnerable: the urgent need for vaccine equity”, on globalissues.org →

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