The Washington Post  |  August 5, 2021

Some experts fear that a rush for booster shots in wealthy nations could further upend an already unfair distribution of doses. Despite their recent donations of doses to nations with less vaccine access, the message to foreign health workers would be bleak. “You see the United States vaccinating its very healthy young people and planning on giving boosters to the elderly, you just have to shake your head and say, ‘Oh well, it’s nice you’re giving me a few doses,’” Lawrence Gostin, a professor of global health law at Georgetown University Law, told The Post this week. “It’s just exasperating.”

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