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Dr. Larry Brilliant of Pandefense Advisory talks through steps that could be taken to manufacture better and more widely available vaccines.
Zanny Minton Beddoes of the Economist says a lack of virus protection could hinder many nations’ economic recoveries.
Dr. Larry Brilliant, who helped stop smallpox, urges nations to work together to prevent further COVID spikes and equalize vaccinations.
Advocates for waiving say letting countries make generic vaccines would help. Skeptics say it's not that simple.
The CEO of the Serum Institute of India said American raw materials are running out due to Biden administration policy.
Distribution of vaccines on campuses has sparked debate about whether students and faculty should be getting the shots.
In Austin, as well as at distribution hubs in San Antonio and Dallas, vaccine operations have been paused again Wednesday.
Behavioral economists say there could be unintended consequences. And rewarding vaccinations remains legally murky.
Large sports facilities across the country are handling a new kind of crowd: people looking to get inoculated against COVID-19.