All countries must be vaccinated to end pandemic, says World Bank chief


David Malpass says delivery systems must be improved in poorer nations as world prepares for next crisis

Serious capacity constraints on vaccination programmes pose the biggest threat to the World Bank’s ambitious goal that all 7 billion people across the globe should be offered Covid-19 protection within a year, its president has said.

In an interview with the Guardian, David Malpass said delivery systems in poor countries and the fact that so many vaccines were going to rich countries were more important factors than money in ensuring success.

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