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  • Another Covid crisis: A vaccine apartheid endangering us all

    Mail & Guardian - 02/09/2021

    The effects of this inequity would be stark. Modelling by Northeastern University indicates that if the first two billion doses of Covid-19 vaccines were distributed proportionally by the national population, worldwide deaths would fall by 61%. But if the doses are monopolised by 47 of the world’s richest countries, only 33% fewer people will die.

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