How Europe’s vaccine donations went tragically wrong
By No items found | 23 May, 2022
Covid vaccine equity remains out of reach, as wealthy nations drag their feet on donations, and vaccine stocks pass their use-by dates.
By Lucien Hordijk and Priti Patnaik | 23 May 2022
Though Brussels was largely successful in buying billions of covid-19 vaccine doses for an entire continent, circumventing nationalist policies and bidding wars between member states, it did not have a playbook for donating the hundreds of millions of surplus jabs it had triumphantly over-ordered.
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