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Hard decisions loom in prioritizing who gets COVID-19 vaccine first
"There will be consequences, always, from these choices," says former WHO chair David Salisbury. "But we try to make them with the best interests of the most people at heart."
DHL exec says "big challenge" for vaccine distribution is "joint effort" between governments, producers
Katja Busch says efficient vaccine distribution is most dependent on coordinated efforts between the involved parties.
Financing is at the heart of ensuring Africa isn't "left behind" in the COVID-19 vaccine race
Most African countries have joined the cooperative effort for global distribution of a future vaccine, but there are still financial and logistical questions.
Strict storage requirements could pose a problem for future COVID vaccines
Needing to store the vaccine at a temperature range outside the norm adds just one more layer of complexity to the logistical challenge.
Bill Gates: "Our values do change what gets funded in this economy"
The Gates Foundation is helping match vaccine developers with manufacturers to help distribute a COVID-19 vaccine equitably.
Who gets first dibs on a COVID-19 vaccine?
A bioethics expert weighs in.
CDC asks states to be ready for initial COVID-19 vaccine distribution by November
That timing is raising eyebrows among some health experts.
How much will a coronavirus vaccine cost?
Pricing on the open market is opaque, one expert says. Ultimately, the cost is anyone's guess.