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Vaccine Inequalities Highlighted By the Omicron Variant

The discovery of a new COVID-19 variant that the World Health Organization deems as being "of concern" casts a spotlight on the inequitable distribution of vaccines around the world. While much of the supply has gone to wealthy nations, a much smaller amount is given to poorer countries. And with fewer people vaccinated, the higher the likelihood COVID-19 will continue to mutate and be more dangerous.

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Vaccine Inequalities Highlighted By the Omicron Variant
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    Covid omicron variant linked to vaccine inequality, experts say

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