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A health worker at the Military College in Mexico City, Mexico, receives the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine on December 27, 2020—nearly three weeks after the very first dose was injected into the arm of a 91-year-old grandmother in Coventry, England.

Statistics indicate that Mexico has the fourth-highest number of COVID-19-related deaths after the United States, Brazil, and India. Wealthy nations in North America and Europe have purchased most of the available supply of approved coronavirus vaccines. Some nations, like the United Kingdom and Canada, have purchased three to four times the number of doses needed to serve their respective populations. Such hoarding has forced nations in Latin America, Africa, and Asia to wait longer to procure the vaccine.

 

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