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India’s Fast-Track Plan to National Vaccination

India, home to the second worst COVID-19 breakout in the world with over eleven million confirmed cases, has officially launched a response program [1]. On Jan. 21, 2021, India launched what Prime Minister Modi has called the world’s biggest vaccine rollout. The distribution program started with Phase 1, which entailed vaccinating the four cores of…

Europe’s Bungled Vaccine Roll Out

As the US, the UK, and Israel have vaccinated at least 30% of their population against COVID-19 and continue to do so, the European Union is struggling and lagging behind [2]. France and Germany have only vaccinated about 10% of their population, and other European Union countries like Spain and Portugal have around 15% of…

Anti-Vaccination Sentiment in the Face of COVID-19

As most Americans enter their seventh month of COVID-19-related safety measures, restlessness has given way to overthinking, and the ranks of people who identify as “vaccine hesitant” are growing quickly. This is especially true with regard to the long-promised COVID-19 vaccine. Gallup performed a poll that presented Americans with an alluring hypothetical: immediate access to…

Mosaic: The Global Vaccine

On the eve of the 2017 World AIDS day, the Janssen Vaccines & Prevention Subdivision of Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical company, along with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), announced the launch of the Imbokodo vaccine trial. The Imbokodo study will test the efficacy of a promising HIV…

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