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How vaccine inequality is impacting South Asia | The Express Tribune

Obtaining vaccines shouldn’t be a privilege but a fundamental right. The advent of Covid-19 forced countries to take unprecedented steps such as national lockdowns, border closures and trade restrictions, causing a disruption in global food supply chains as well as bringing international travel and transportation to a temporary standstill. The …

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Vaccine inequity mars global Covid-19 vaccination drive | The Express Tribune

NEW DELHI: At a time when the United States has approved Covid-19 booster shots, just 3.5 per cent of Africans are vaccinated, The Hindu reported on Sunday. Quoting World Health Organisation (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Indian newspaper underlined Covid-19 vaccine inequity across the world. On Sept 14, Ghebreyesus …

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