The Hill

The United States has finally turned the corner on the pandemic, thanks to the widespread availability of vaccines. 

But in much of the rest of the world, vaccines are scarce and cases and deaths are spiking, highlighting harsh disparities between higher- and lower-income countries.

While the United States has announced plans to donate more than 500 million vaccine doses abroad, advocates and experts say that is far from enough, and are pushing the Biden administration, as well as the leaders of other wealthy countries, to do more. 


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