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COVID vaccine nationalism: history shows when countries act selfishly, everyone loses

By Roderick Bailey, Lecturer and Research Fellow in the History of Medicine, University of Oxford
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According to one recent estimate, more than half of all vaccines against COVID-19 have been reserved for one-seventh of the world’s population. At the time of writing, the UK alone has reportedly secured enough vaccines to give each of its citizens five doses. If orders are met, the EU and US could jab their populations three times over, while Canada would have enough to do so nine times.

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