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Australia has finally backed a plan to let developing countries make cheap COVID-19 vaccines — what matters is what it does next

By Deborah Gleeson, Associate Professor in Public Health, La Trobe University
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Developing nations can’t make COVID vaccines because some rich nations won’t support waiving patents. Unless Australia and others do more, the world will keep living with “grotesque” vaccination gaps.

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