In October 2020, as scientists raced to develop a Covid shot, the head of the WHO warned against looming "vaccine nationalism". But is vaccine inequality the reason behind Omicron's emergence?
More than six billion doses of anti-Covid vaccines have been given around the world. This is an overview of more than 20 approved vaccines currently in use, and a few that fell by the wayside
The slow rollout of coronavirus vaccines will cost the global economy $2.3 trillion in lost output, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit
So far, non-EU member Moldova has received barely enough vaccine doses for three percent of its population, while Romania, an EU member since 2007, has administered almost three million