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The world's richest economies have pre-ordered enough vaccine doses to cover their populations more than four times over, while the poorest have only secured enough for 10% of their populations, Barclays analysts estimate.

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We had the cash to buy them R500b then the government stole our funds, even stole food parcels from the needy. 🥲 These countries are not selfish, they are taking care of their home first. It's literally what God commands.
Ordered,yet not received,obviously,as Germany has vaccine shortages presently 🤷‍♀️
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I wonder why? It is not as if rich and poor countries did not have the same access to information...
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Rich economies paying for the production capacity. The market and selfishness is healing the planet.
Rich countries that hoard vaccines are morally bankrupt and strategically myopic. This will come back to bite them in the arse.


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