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The ‘me-first’ spirit of vaccine nationalism isn’t just selfish. It’s self-harm

Doug Saunders: In spring of 2020, a new threat, then only theoretical, was given a name: “vaccine nationalism.”

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    This article was published more than 1 year ago. Some information may no longer be current. In spring of 2020, a new threat, then only theoretical, was given a name: “vaccine nationalism.” It was first uttered in public, as far as I can tell, by Richard Hatchett, the head of the Coalition for …

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