Margaret Keenan, 91, is applauded by hospital staff as she returns to her ward after becoming the first Briton to receive a Covid-19 vaccine, in Coventry on December 8. Photo: AP Margaret Keenan, 91, is applauded by hospital staff as she returns to her ward after becoming the first Briton to receive a Covid-19 vaccine, in Coventry on December 8. Photo: AP
Margaret Keenan, 91, is applauded by hospital staff as she returns to her ward after becoming the first Briton to receive a Covid-19 vaccine, in Coventry on December 8. Photo: AP

Letters | As coronavirus pandemic sparks vaccine ‘wars’, globalisation spreads message of hope and strength

  • Given geopolitical rivalries, Covid-19 vaccines can be the new weapons of old enemies. But their speedy development also represents the hope and strength of globalisation and cooperation

Topic |   Coronavirus vaccine
Margaret Keenan, 91, is applauded by hospital staff as she returns to her ward after becoming the first Briton to receive a Covid-19 vaccine, in Coventry on December 8. Photo: AP Margaret Keenan, 91, is applauded by hospital staff as she returns to her ward after becoming the first Briton to receive a Covid-19 vaccine, in Coventry on December 8. Photo: AP
Margaret Keenan, 91, is applauded by hospital staff as she returns to her ward after becoming the first Briton to receive a Covid-19 vaccine, in Coventry on December 8. Photo: AP
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