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Covid-19 vaccines: will poor countries be left behind? | DataBaaz

Feb 01, 2021 18:06 IST

In this interview with Anuradha Gupta, the deputy CEO of GAVI, Govindraj Ethiraj discussesHow #Coronavaccine is being rolled out in India and across the world at a time when the herd immunity is rising? What challenges lie before in immunising people? And what can be its solutions?

Anuradha Gupta suggests, "Nobody is saved until everyone is saved. So, in 2021, the demand will outstrip the supply. Therefore, we will have to take a targetted approach which focusing on vaccination high priority groups first. This will reduce the transmission and save the #healthsystems from overwhelming."

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