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IMF: How vaccine equity could help economic recovery

The future of economies remain uncertain after COVID-19. Image: Unsplash/Micheile Henderson

Gita Gopinath

First Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF)

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A graph showing that a return to normality after COVID-19 is anticipated, although the outlook is uncertain
The future of the economy remains uncertain. Image: International Monetary Fund
A graph showing that over 150 economies are expected to have per-capita incomes below 2019 levels in 2021.
A graph to show how the pandemic is negatively impacting the economy. Image: International Monetary Fund
A graph to show the projected GDP losses are relative to pre-COVID forecast in emerging markets and developing economies exceed that of advanced economies
The strength of the projected economic recovery from COVID-19 varies significantly across countries. Image: International Monetary Fund
A graph showing that workers with less education and youth have been disproportionately affected.
The impact of the crisis has increased inequality across certain groups within society. Image: International Monetary Fund
A table showing the latest world economic outlook growth projection
Countries with stronger economies should help help poorer nations combat the crisis so that they do not fall behind with their sustainable development goals. Image: International Monetary Fund
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