Curated public health stories for this week from my reading shelf for Week 15 of 2021
“The United States has fully vaccinated close to a quarter of the population, and Britain has given first shots to nearly half of its residents. By contrast, Australia and South Korea have vaccinated less than 3 percent of their populations, and in Japan and New Zealand, not even 1 percent of the population has received a shot.”These Countries Did Well With Covid. So Why Are They Slow on Vaccines?, NY Times
Read more here.
A super intriguing white paper “Building Public-Private Partnerships to Support Efficient and Equitable COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution, Access, and Uptake” from Duke and the COVID Collaborative.
A very timely issue discussed here.
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