Is COVID-19 vaccine supply fair worldwide? | Inside Story
Al Jazeera, 21 Jan 2021
Millions of coronavirus vaccines have been administered in wealthy countries while in one of the world's poorest, only 25 doses have been given.
The global vaccine-sharing fund, Covax, says it is preparing to deliver its first supplies in February, but is competing with nations striking their own, lucrative deals with manufacturers to secure the majority of doses.
The head of the World Health Organization has warned the world is on the brink of a catastrophic moral failure which will cost many more lives.
As coronavirus continues to spread, who will ensure a fair distribution of the available vaccines?
Presenter: Kim Vinnell
Azeddine Ibrahimi, Director of Medbiotech, a medical biotechnology laboratory.
Julian Savulescu, professor of practical ethics at the University of Oxford, and co-director of the Welcome Centre for Ethics and Humanity.
Ramanan Laxminarayan, epidemiologist and senior research scholar and lecturer at Princeton University.
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