Study: Most people support sharing vaccines with other countries

Workers carry boxes of Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccines supplied by the COVAX network

COVAX, the global coalition suppling vaccines to the world's poorest, faces a $4.3 billion funding gap. Image: REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko

Philip Clarke
Professor of Health Economics, University of Oxford
Laurence Roope
Researcher, University of Oxford
Raymond Duch
Director of the Nuffield Centre for Experimental Social Sciences, University of Oxford
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48% and 56% supporting some level of donation of vaccine stockpiles. Image: Philip Clarke, Laurence Roope, Raymond Duch, Author provided

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