A look at COVID-19 vaccine distribution and how the developing world will almost certainly be left behind in the vaccination process.
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Both countries’ successful vaccination rollouts could soon result in the return of fans to sports stadiums. Though Germany lags far behind on coronavirus vaccinations, a new concept offers supporters cautious hope.
Around 60% of Germans surveyed for a new poll said they were in favor of immunity passports. Chancellor Angela Merkel has expressed her support, albeit as soon as most residents have been offered the shot.
A large-scale study has found the coronavirus vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech to be very effective in the real world. The jab was found to be especially effective at preventing severe illness and death.
Germany's President Frank-Walter Steinmeier will award COVID vaccine developers Özlem Türeci and Ugur Sahin with the Order of Merit for contributing to the "containment of the coronavirus pandemic."
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