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Al Jazeera Are African-made vaccines the solution to vaccine inequity? January 12th, 2023
Devex Exclusive: A COVID-19 initiative for vaccine delivery is winding down January 11th, 2023
Voice of America News Prepare for Messy Transition on COVID Jabs as COVAX Ends December 9th, 2022
TechNet-21 Rapid review COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout_Service Delivery and Integration September 30th, 2022
GHTC and the Duke Global Health Innovation Center New report outlines actions to strengthen WHO Prequalification Program to improve global access August 10th, 2022
The Wall Street Journal Merck Covid-19 Pill Prescribed Frequently in Some Countries Despite Low Efficacy July 3rd, 2022
Marketplace Is the goal of vaccinating 70% of the world’s population against COVID still realistic? June 1st, 2022
Consortium Launching Catalytic COVID-19 “Test-and-Treat” Demonstrations in Low- and Middle-Income Countries Welcomes Pfizer Participation May 24th, 2022
Reuters Generic drugmakers to sell Pfizer's Paxlovid for $25 or less in low-income countries May 12th, 2022
Politico U.S., foreign officials pledge $3.1B in new Covid funding May 12th, 2022
The World Global COVID Summit tries to reenergize global pandemic response May 12th, 2022
Devex Devex CheckUp: High hopes, low expectations for global COVID-19 summit May 12th, 2022
COVID GAP COVID GAP Analysis Shows Mixed Progress with Opportunities for Improvement on Pandemic Response Targets May 11th, 2022
Marketplace Just 15% of people in low-income countries are vaccinated against COVID, WHO says May 11th, 2022
AP News Pandemic gets tougher to track as COVID testing plunges May 10th, 2022
BBC News Dr Udayakumar on '15 million excess Covid-19 deaths' according to WHO May 5th, 2022
WBUR Vaccination rates fall short of WHO goals May 2nd, 2022
Boston Globe Wealthy nations falter on global vaccine commitments April 26th, 2022
The New York Times The Drive to Vaccinate the World Against Covid Is Losing Steam April 25th, 2022
KCBS Radio Goal to vaccinate world population expected to fall short of June deadline April 23rd, 2022
The World Will global failures to make vaccines available repeat with new treatments? April 13th, 2022
Mint IP waivers on covid jabs will still not be too late April 12th, 2022
Axios Vaccine goals should change, paper argues March 29th, 2022
COVID GAP Urgent Changes Needed to Shift Global Pandemic Response to Sustainable Long-Term COVID-19 Control, Improve Health System Resilience and Preparedness March 28th, 2022
BMJ It is not too late to achieve global covid-19 vaccine equity March 24th, 2022
Voice of America News US Has No Funds for Its Global COVID-19 Response March 18th, 2022
Devex The looming COVID-19 treatment equity gap March 10th, 2022
WHO WHO updates its treatment guidelines to include molnupiravir March 3rd, 2022
Reuters Pfizer to provide 10 mln courses of COVID pill to developing countries -the Global Fund March 2nd, 2022
Healthcare Africa Biovac receives boost from development partners to expand vaccine manufacturing March 2nd, 2022
The Lancet The global COVID-19 treatment divide February 26th, 2022
Reuters COVID vaccine supply for global programme outstrips demand for first time February 23rd, 2022
STAT We have enough Covid vaccines for most of the world. But rich countries are stockpiling more than they need for boosters December 13th, 2021
Duke researchers conduct joint research effort to increase global COVID-19 vaccine equity December 13th, 2021
The New York Times What Data Shows About Vaccine Supply and Demand in the Most Vulnerable Places December 10th, 2021
The New York Times Coronavirus Briefing: Boosting older teens December 9th, 2021
CNN The world has the tools to end the coronavirus pandemic. They're not being used properly December 6th, 2021
Voice of America News US Enacting Stricter Travel Requirements After Omicron Detected December 2nd, 2021
The Hill US braces for omicron to hit December 1st, 2021
Voice of America News US Supports Creation of Global Pandemic Treaty December 1st, 2021
Voice of America News US Supports Creation of Global Pandemic Treaty November 30th, 2021
Axios The next big bottleneck in the global vaccination effort November 22nd, 2021
How to tell when the COVID pandemic is nearing its end November 22nd, 2021
COVID GAP COVID GAP Analysis Shows Most Low-Income Countries Not on Track to Reach Critical 40 Percent Vaccination Target by End of 2021 November 19th, 2021
For First Time Ever, Vaccines Now Fifth Most Valuable U.S. Export November 14th, 2021
NPR Why low income countries are so short on COVID vaccines. Hint: It's not boosters November 10th, 2021
Getting Vaccines From Airports to Arms November 8th, 2021
Axios The global coronavirus vaccine gap October 20th, 2021
Duke University and Covid Collaborative Launch Global Accountability Platform To Accelerate Equitable Covid-19 Pandemic Response October 19th, 2021
COVID GAP Duke University and COVID Collaborative Launch Global Accountability Platform to Accelerate Equitable COVID-19 Pandemic Response COVID GAP Seeks Collaborations Around the World October 18th, 2021
NPR The US is helping finance COVID vaccine plants in sub-Saharan Africa October 18th, 2021
For Much of the World, the COVID Fight is Just Beginning October 13th, 2021
WebMD Global COVID Vaccination Plans Need Urgency, Activists Say September 27th, 2021
Broad Coalition Of Leaders And Organizations Call For Global Summit To End The COVID-19 Pandemic September 21st, 2021
COVID GAP How a DGHI Vaccine Database Pushed Policymakers on Global Vaccinations September 20th, 2021
White House lays out new global targets in coronavirus pandemic fight September 13th, 2021
The New Yorker Has the Biden Administration Failed on Global Vaccines? August 31st, 2021
NPR COVID Booster Shots Are Coming. But Most Of The World Hasn't Gotten Its First Vaccine August 26th, 2021
COVID GAP OPEN LETTER TO THE BIDEN-HARRIS ADMINISTRATION: US Emergency Plan for Global COVID-19 Relief: Urgent Action to End the Pandemic Globally and Accelerate US Recovery and Security August 3rd, 2021
COVID GAP U.S. Global Health Experts Urge G7 Action to Vaccinate the World Quickly and Equitably June 27th, 2021