How Would ‘Vaccine Nationalism’ Affect Poor Nations?

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    Jan.26 — On this episode of “Bloomberg Equality,” Krishna Udayakumar, director of the Duke Global Health Innovation Center, looks at how the efforts around the world to obtain effective Covid-19 vaccines are affecting poor nations. European Union regulators have proposed requiring drugmakers to flag exports of coronavirus vaccines, a move that could disrupt deliveries of the shot made by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE, which is manufactured in Belgium. Udayakumar speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

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