The vaccine divide: money talks as people perish
From Israel’s refusal to vaccinate Palestinians in the occupied territories, to the EU hoarding supplies at the expense of poorer nations, the story of the coronavirus vaccination rollout around the world is one of a growing chasm between haves and have-nots
Hadas Ziv was keen to speak early in the morning, having just received the second dose of her Covid-19 vaccine in Tel Aviv in Israel.
“They say that the fever and headaches can come in the afternoon or evening, so as the hours pass I may become less effective,” the executive director of Physicians for Human Rights Israel told the Business Post.
“The system is working really well here. For me,...
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