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What India's second wave means for its vaccine coverage – and the rest of the world

By Rory Horner, Senior Lecturer, Global Development Institute, University of Manchester
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With rich countries having bought up the majority of the world’s COVID-19 vaccines, the rest of the world has relied on India – one of the world’s largest vaccine producers and exporters – to increase access to doses.

But now India’s exports – which include supplies for Covax, the global vaccine-sharing programme, as well as bilateral donations…

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