Inequalities in COVID-19 Vaccination; a Call for Global Community Concern
Asian Journal of Immunology,
Introduction: Universal and global accessibility to COVID-19 vaccination is a vital tool for the reduction in the rate of infection, the severity of symptoms, the occurrence of death, and the acquiring of herd immunity. This is the major strategy in the reduction of the global socio-economic effects aimed by all counties. To bring this pandemic to an end, a large share of the world needs to be immune to the COVID-19 virus. The safest way to achieve this is with equal access and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine through global cooperation.
Objectives: The objective of this article was to review literature to raise the awares globally to enure that all nations whether rich or poor get vaccination for COVID 19.
Conclusion: The debate about the global plan for ensuring equal access to vaccines should include people of all race, socioeconomic, geographical, and political trend to achieve desirable success.
- global community
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