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Send vaccines where people want them: developing nations

Residents of LMICs also have more recent experiences with the life-saving benefits of other vaccines. Image: REUTERS/Luc Gnago

Ahmed Mushfiq Mobarak
Professor of Economics, Yale School of Management, Yale University
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A COVID-19 vaccination site in Uganda, one of the countries surveyed in the study, in May 2021.
The high levels of acceptance in LMICs suggest that prioritizing distribution to these countries could have important benefits. Image: Nicholas Kajoba/Xinhua
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