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At this rate, it would take around 4.8 years to cover 75% of the global population with a two-dose vaccine.

27 member states of the EU together with 5 rich countries pre-ordered half of the vaccines. These countries account for only around 13% of the global population.

10 countries have administered 81% of all COVID-19 vaccines.

Only 10% of people in low-income countries are likely to receive a vaccine this year.

130 countries have not received a single vaccine dose.

Communities in conflict-affected and fragile states in addition to the financial constraints of purchasing sufficient vaccines – have logistical barriers to widespread vaccine access.

  • Supply chain workers, and rural and indigenous peoples are on the front lines against our global crises as exploited and marginalised populations doing the essential work - producing goods, growing food and defending ecosystems - on which our daily consumption depends.
  • Ongoing lockdown conditions will erase livelihoods and further trap women in oppressive domestic work.
  • Poor communities in Southern countries keep everyone alive in the face of enormous precarity with little guarantee of adequate health care should they fall ill.
  • Rural populations with poor health infrastructure.

  • An equal global access to vaccines, including a TRIPS waiver.
  • An ethical and effective framework for global vaccines distribution.
  • The cancellation of global South debt and the use of freed up funds for improving national health care systems for distribution and better isolated care conditions for the sick.
  • Institutions and decision-makers to act with integrity and principle towards a just recovery for all.