Org Fights COVID-19 Vaccine Inequities Across the Global South
According to reports, only 0.5% of COVID-19 vaccine doses have been distributed in low-income countries — this org is working to change that.
Read more about how disproportionate access to the COVID-19 vaccine can prolong the virus globally.
The Global South Needs COVID-19 Vaccines
Only approx 0.5% of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered have made it into arms in low-income countries — this virologist explains how the lack of vaccines in some parts of the world poses a threat to everyoneREAD: Charlize Theron and Darren Walker Call say G20 leaders have an ‘urgent responsibility’ to ensure everyone around the world has access to the COVID-19 vaccine.
How the TRIPS Agreement is Hindering Equitable Vaccine Distribution
75% of COVID-19 vaccine doses worldwide has been claimed by 10 countries — here’s how an international agreement established decades ago is hindering vaccine equity todayAdvocacy groups urge President Biden to fulfill his promise and take a leadership role in fighting COVID-19 around the world.
Answer This: What Is CMV and What Do New Parents Need To Know?
In this episode of Answer This, NowThis correspondent Zinhle Essamuah speaks to Dr. Gail Demmler-Harrison, infectious disease expert at Texas Children’s Hospital about Cytomegalovirus (CMV), which can affect many adults and can also have harmful effects on newborns.