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Yes, export bans on vaccines are a problem, but why is the supply of vaccines so limited in the first place?

By Deborah Gleeson, Associate professor, La Trobe University
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Italy's decision to block export of AstraZeneca vaccines to Australia will likely not impact our vaccine roll-out. But vaccine scarcity is a looming problem in other parts of the world.

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