COVID-19 Vaccine Patents Under the Spotlight
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This week, Mexico began HIV vaccination trials while the US analyzes waiving patents of COVID-19 vaccines.
Mexico Joins HIV Vaccine Clinical Trial
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HIV vaccine clinical trial to take place in Mexico with around 250 participants.
Vaccines Supported by Scientific Data, Political Acts
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Encouraging vaccination has been key for every government. In Mexico, President López Obrador publicly received his first dose to promote trust.
Vaccination Campaigns Threatened by Side-Effects
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After several accusations against the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, immunization campaigns slow down.
Vaccination
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Side effects have put on hold the use of different COVID-19 vaccines. Meanwhile, Mexico keeps going with the development of its own vaccine.
Diversifying Vaccine Manufacturing Hubs for Equal Distribution
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As world leaders work to avoid COVID-19 vaccination inequality, some countries introduce traveling measures to stop local outbreaks.
COVID-19 Passport Threatens to Worsen Inequality
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Vaccine distribution keeps evidencing global inequality and countries could take measures that might worsen this scenario.
Access to Innovation: Pandemic Dispute
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The extensive collaboration efforts to develop a vaccine seem to not apply to its distribution. This is the Week in Health!
Global Inequality to Slow Down Vaccination Progress
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Inequality gaps have evidenced the difficulties in achieving 80 percent global COVID-19 immunization.
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