Here are five things we need to do in order to get a universally available and affordable vaccine to help end the COVID-19 pandemic
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Oxfam’s latest analysis finds that wealthy nations have purchased 51 percent of the promised doses of leading COVID-19 vaccine candidates, while representing just 13 percent of the world’s population.
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Oxfam ranks states (and territories) on how they’re supporting working families and responding to residents’ needs during this pandemic.
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