Huge disparity in vaccination coverage among nations to stump global growth

 Huge disparity in vaccination coverage among nations to stump global growth

International organisations along with NGOs in the health sector should have borne the responsibility of vaccinating everyone. Instead, a brazen “survival of the fittest battle is being played out around the world

Lurking underneath the skewed distribution of vaccines across the world is the open fight over who gets it all first.

The extent of people vaccinated worldwide has shown up the enormous disparity that dogs the much sought-after preventive from reaching each and everyone on earth. While some are close to achieving complete vaccination, others have just about started receiving vaccines in dribbles.

Countries leading the pack are those with smaller populations— United Arab Emirates (at least one dose amounting to 124 for 100), Israel (117 for 100), Bahrain (96),  Chile (91) and Maldives (87), in that order, according to data published (as on May 24, 2021) by the New York Times under the “Our…

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