Police officers speak to a protester at an anti-vaccine demonstration outside the offices of the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation in central London on November 24. Photo: AFP
Police officers speak to a protester at an anti-vaccine demonstration outside the offices of the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation in central London on November 24. Photo: AFP
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

Global vaccinations for Covid-19 will be costly, tricky and resisted by anti-vaxxers

  • Getting the world vaccinated would probably cost the earth, including the expense of storage and distribution, not to mention the growing resistance to vaccination
  • While markets and pharmaceutical companies celebrate news that a vaccine will soon be ready for use, for most people relief may be a long way off

Police officers speak to a protester at an anti-vaccine demonstration outside the offices of the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation in central London on November 24. Photo: AFP
Police officers speak to a protester at an anti-vaccine demonstration outside the offices of the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation in central London on November 24. Photo: AFP
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