How Suspending COVID-19 Vaccine Patents Could Improve Access
Clip: 05/03/2021 | 8m 31s
India is experiencing a major COVID-19 outbreak but has fully vaccinated only 2% of its population against the virus. By comparison, 32% of the population in the U.S. has been inoculated against COVID-19. We discuss how suspending vaccine patents could make doses more accessible.
Aired: 05/03/21 |
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