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COVID-19 cases globally are on track to rise for a fourth consecutive week, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported on Friday.
We can help vaccines keep up with the mutating coronavirus by doubling down on preventive measures. This means increasing physical distancing and wearing masks even outdoors. We must all act like we are carrying a new variant, because any one of us might be.
The UK should share the vaccine with the other countries – but only after all the vulnerable have been vaccinated.5 min read
Prioritising vaccine distribution in the UK will serve the short-term goal of protecting the NHS. Yet this short-term goal does not significantly contribute to containing the pandemic. For that, we need a collective effort.
Production limits the rate at which vaccines can be rolled out, and is at the heart of the current disagreements between the UK and EU.
With richer countries having bought up most of the leading western vaccines, others are looking to India, China and Russia for supplies.
A COVID-19 vaccine that prevents both the disease and viral transmission is the aim. Until then, here is what we need to do.4 min read
We still don’t know if current vaccines prevent people from transmitting the virus to others. Here is why that matters in 2021.