Buying and Distributing A COVID-19 Vaccine will Involve Hard Ethical and Practical Choices

Barbara Allen and Michael Macaulay

The Conversation | November 18, 2020

The world was ablaze with hope following the announcement last week that a vaccine developed by Pfiser and BioNTech may be more than 90% effective in preventing COVID-19.

New Zealand politicians were quick to point out 1.5 million doses had already been pre-purchased through a legally binding agreement signed in late September to buy any vaccine to emerge from the multilateral COVAX facility.Read More »

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