We must scale-up the global response to COVID-19. This needs more than vaccines
OpinionApril 28, 2021
In many rich countries, discussion of COVID-19 revolves around the pace of vaccine deployment and the steps being taken towards lifting restrictions on social and economic interaction, but in most low- and middle-income countries the picture looks starkly different. Not only are COVID-19 infections and deaths increasing as more transmissible variants take hold, but the knock-on impact on other diseases continues to escalate, writes Peter Sands, Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
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