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Vaccine Diplomacy, Not Nationalism

Dale Fisher, Professor of Infectious Diseases, National University of Singapore

04-Sep-20 07:37

Vaccine Diplomacy, Not Nationalism

The ethical question facing the Covid 19 pandemic is who deserves the vaccine first? How do we avoid only the rich countries getting first access at the expense of poorer nations? Dale Fisher, Professor of Infectious Diseases at the National University of Singapore tells us that the way forward is mutual cooperation while warning of the failures of vaccine nationalism.

Image Credit: Shutterstock

Produced by: Arleen Webber

Presented by: Khoo Hsu Chuang, Wong Shou Ning


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