Effective vaccines against Covid-19 have been developed in record time, with money from governments as well as the private sector. But more than three-quarters of the 5.5 billion Covid-19 shots administered worldwide have gone to high and upper-middle income countries, while poorer ones have been left behind.
The WHO's COVAX scheme was supposed to ensure equitable access for all countries. But it has repeatedly had to revise down its targets because of supply problems.
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