There will be enough vaccines for all—if rich countries share

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Written by unsigned 13 February 2021

“Even if all goes according to plan, much of the world will suffer a longer wait, because jabs will be distributed unequally. The 54 richest countries account for 18% of adults on Earth, but 40% of vaccine orders—enough to give each of their adults 2.5 two-dose regimens” (The Economist, 2021).

Publisher: Τhe Economist

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Categories: Inequality, Multilateralism