The equitable global distribution of Covid-19 vaccines has become a secondary issue as various countries seek to be the first to treat their own citizens. Photo: TNS The equitable global distribution of Covid-19 vaccines has become a secondary issue as various countries seek to be the first to treat their own citizens. Photo: TNS
The equitable global distribution of Covid-19 vaccines has become a secondary issue as various countries seek to be the first to treat their own citizens. Photo: TNS

Mikta who? Covid-19 injects five ‘middle power’ countries with new sense of purpose

  • A group representing Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey and Australia may have finally found its true purpose: leading the global coronavirus battle
  • With countries like the US, China and Russia not signing the WHO initiative to provide equitable access to vaccines, Mikta is expected to fill the breach

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The equitable global distribution of Covid-19 vaccines has become a secondary issue as various countries seek to be the first to treat their own citizens. Photo: TNS The equitable global distribution of Covid-19 vaccines has become a secondary issue as various countries seek to be the first to treat their own citizens. Photo: TNS
The equitable global distribution of Covid-19 vaccines has become a secondary issue as various countries seek to be the first to treat their own citizens. Photo: TNS
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