COVID-19 Vaccines: Trust, Transparency and Global Access
IKEEP. Heidi Larson & Gagandeep Kang P. 02/02/21; 314145
Paul Tambyah, Heidi Larson & Gagandeep Kang
Paul Tambyah, Heidi Larson & Gagandeep Kang
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Abstract
This Open-Access webinar (no login required) took place on Feb 02 2021 09:00 AM - 10:00 AM EST and is now available for On-Demand access with slide navigation. 

The development of accepted vaccines that are available on a global scale is a priority to end the COVID-19 pandemic. Recently, there have been dramatic shifts in vaccine confidence around the world that threaten the success of approved COVID-19 vaccines as well as the likelihood of achieving herd immunity. This webinar will discuss the current state of COVID-19 vaccine confidence in Latin America, reasons for hesitancy, and will propose ways forward. The need for COVID-19 vaccines is global, although the need is differentially distributed within populations. High income countries must not monopolize the global supply and every effort must be made to provide vaccines at a price affordable to low- and middle-income countries. Understanding the complexities of establishing a regionally and globally fair vaccine-allocation system are essential.

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This Open-Access webinar (no login required) took place on Feb 02 2021 09:00 AM - 10:00 AM EST and is now available for On-Demand access with slide navigation. 

The development of accepted vaccines that are available on a global scale is a priority to end the COVID-19 pandemic. Recently, there have been dramatic shifts in vaccine confidence around the world that threaten the success of approved COVID-19 vaccines as well as the likelihood of achieving herd immunity. This webinar will discuss the current state of COVID-19 vaccine confidence in Latin America, reasons for hesitancy, and will propose ways forward. The need for COVID-19 vaccines is global, although the need is differentially distributed within populations. High income countries must not monopolize the global supply and every effort must be made to provide vaccines at a price affordable to low- and middle-income countries. Understanding the complexities of establishing a regionally and globally fair vaccine-allocation system are essential.

Evaluation form: Click on the image to take the survey.

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