By Stephanie Hegarty Published 12 February 2021 Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Related Topics Coronavirus pandemic When it comes to the coronavirus vaccine there is one question most people are asking – when will I get it? A handful of countries have set very specific vaccination targets, but for the rest of the world the picture is less clear. Getting the world vaccinated against Covid-19 is a matter of life and death, involving complicated scientific processes, multinational corporations, government promises and backroom deals. So figuring out when and how everyone in the world will get the vaccine is not easy. Agathe Demarais is the director of global forecasting at the Economist Intelligence Unit, which has done some of the most comprehensive research on the topic. She has looked at the world’s production capacity, along with the healthcare facilities needed to get vaccines into people’s arms, the number of people a country has to contend with, and what they can afford. Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country Will countries be left behind in the vaccine race? The vaccines that work – and the others on the way Many of the findings seem to fall along predictable lines of… Read full this story
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