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Study Finds Inequitable Access to COVID-19 Vaccines Among Countries That Hosted Trials

A Yale-led study reveals that low- and middle-income countries that hosted clinical trials for COVID-19 vaccines are receiving proportionately fewer doses of these vaccines, suggesting that there are wealth-based disparities in COVID-19 vaccine access among countries that participate in testing.

Source: medicalxpress.com

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