U.S. cruise ships are one step closer to setting sail again.
Global vaccine distribution also depends on access to information and having enough production plants.
Changing international property rules requires unanimous agreement from nations that are part of the World Trade Organization.
What counts as proof of immunization when there's no global database to tell a fake apart from the real thing?
The success of COVID-19 shots could change European attitudes toward genetically-engineered crops and benefit U.S. agribusiness.
The resulting goodwill may prove useful to Pfizer and Moderna.
Nearly 90% of U.S. companies plan to encourage or require employees to get vaccinated; 65% plan to offer incentives.
Advocates for waiving say letting countries make generic vaccines would help. Skeptics say it's not that simple.
Low-wage workers are least likely to get paid time off and often have less predictable, flexible schedules.