The world's path to equitable vaccine distribution
Vaccine distribution. Source: Stears Business

Picture this. The year is 2022, and while we are all burnt out from phrases like “social distancing” and “lockdown measures”, hope is on the horizon. Countries have established that the path to widespread immunity from the deadly coronavirus is through the procurement and distribution of vaccines. 

Scientists raced against time to develop not just one but more than 14 different vaccines that report at least 90% efficacy, all of which are now licensed and approved. Not only that, world leaders, recognising the moral argument for ensuring no country gets left behind, have committed whole-heartedly to a global and equitable vaccine programme. It shows that we are all really in this together. The deliberate effort to make this scheme successful not only centres the voices of Western countries but also pays attention to the context of society’s marginalised class. To prove this, live data visualisations that track the distribution of

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Fadekemi Abiru

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