A woman takes part in a Covid-19 vaccine trial in the central China city of Wuhan in April. Photo: dpaA woman takes part in a Covid-19 vaccine trial in the central China city of Wuhan in April. Photo: dpa
A woman takes part in a Covid-19 vaccine trial in the central China city of Wuhan in April. Photo: dpa

Coronavirus vaccine success to hinge on global immunisation programme

  • Most of the world’s people need to be inoculated to achieve ‘herd immunity’ to significantly slow or stop transmission, experts say
  • ‘Worst case scenario is vaccine nationalism, where countries take a me first or me only attitude,’ health professor says

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A woman takes part in a Covid-19 vaccine trial in the central China city of Wuhan in April. Photo: dpaA woman takes part in a Covid-19 vaccine trial in the central China city of Wuhan in April. Photo: dpa
A woman takes part in a Covid-19 vaccine trial in the central China city of Wuhan in April. Photo: dpa
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