Sharing vaccines across borders to end pandemic faster


A new model of vaccine distribution from McGill University suggests that, in most cases, countries with high access to COVID-19 vaccines should share their supply with low- access countries. Though concerns about the duration of protection from the vaccines add uncertainty, the study authors find few scenarios in which "vaccine nationalism" -- i.e., stockpiling vaccines -- is beneficial.

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