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The digital divide risks some of society’s most vulnerable being passed over in the vaccine race

Lack of internet access is affecting vaccine uptake among older and vulnerable populations. Image: Unsplash/Stephen Phillips - Hostreviews.co.uk

Charlotte Edmond

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Vaccine administered in Africa remains low. Image: Statista
Internet access has rocketed in India, but remains out of reach for millions. Image: Statista
Many senior citizens in the US don’t have broadband access. Image: Pew Research Center

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