Media Outlets Discuss Development, Funding Of, Access To Potential Coronavirus Vaccines

CIDRAP News: WHO enlists more COVAX participants, clears 2nd rapid test (Schnirring, 10/2).

Financial Times: Less than half U.K. population to receive vaccine, says task force head (Gross/Cameron-Chileshe, 10/4).

Financial Times: China rolls out experimental Covid vaccine as it eyes global market (Shepherd, 10/3).

The Guardian: Military will help distribute Covid-19 vaccine, says Hancock (Topping/O’Carroll, 10/4).

IBT: Gavi Covax facility misses Covid-19 vaccine project funding targets, eyes cost-sharing (Diente, 10/5).

Reuters: GAVI providing $150 million to poorer countries to prepare for COVID-19 vaccines (Nebehay, 10/1).

The Telegraph: British Army to help distribute coronavirus vaccine, Matt Hancock announces (Diver, 10/4).

Wall Street Journal: Covid-19 Vaccine Deployment Would Give Global Economy a Lift Next Year (Hannon, 10/4).

WIRED: Rich countries are total vaccine hogs. Covid-19 must change that (Kobie, 10/5).

Xinhua: Cuban scientists make progress in COVID-19 vaccine development (10/4).

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