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You wait 9 months for a vaccine then three come along at once. The scientists have done their job. Now it’s down to supply chain, logistics, communications and planning to get it into people’s hands, or arms. Why are some countries doing it so much better than others? Are the worst predictions about rich countries jumping the queue coming true? How long will it realistically take to start making a noticeable difference to infection rates and lockdown restrictions? Who designed the priority group system, and how fair is it?
Professor of Surgery & Consultant Surgeon, University of Nottingham
Emeritus Professor of Immunology & Consultant immunologist, University of Nottingham
Dr Eva Thorne
Director of Policy and Innovation, Tony Blair Institute for Global Change
Special Adviser to Tony Blair, Tony Blair Institute for Global Change