Achieving global equity for COVID-19 vaccines: Stronger international partnerships and greater advocacy and solidarity are needed

Figueroa, J. Peter
Hotez, Peter J.
Batista, Carolina
Ben Amor, Yanis
Ergonul, Onder
Gilbert, Sarah
Gürsel, Mayda
Hassanain, Mazen
Kang, Gagandeep
Kaslow, David C.
Kim, Jerome H.
Lall, Bhavna
Larson, Heidi
Naniche, Denise
Sheahan, Timothy
Shoham, Shmuel
Wilder-Smith, Annelies
Sow, Samba O.
Strub-Wourgaft, Nathalie
Yadav, Prashant
Bottazzi, Maria Elena
Peter Figueroa and co-authors advocate for equity in the worldwide provision of COVID-19 vaccines.


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J. P. Figueroa et al., “Achieving global equity for COVID-19 vaccines: Stronger international partnerships and greater advocacy and solidarity are needed,” PLOS MEDICINE, vol. 18, no. 9, pp. 0–0, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: