Global Health Security Network  |  November 29, 2021

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The latest variant of concern highlights yet again the urgent need to expedite vaccine access to every country and peoples of the world. Intellectual property rights are seen as one hurdle to achieving that universal access. This report, a joint initiative between the Global Health Security Network and Georgetown University’s O’Neill Institute, outlines not only how and why IP rights are impeding efforts to make COVID vaccines accessible to all, but also offers some practical solutions for addressing the current vaccine shortages and building a more equitable system for the future.

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