These are the 5 primary factors that indicate a successful vaccine rollout

Some places have better access to vaccines than others. Image: REUTERS/Nick Lachance

Pragyan Deb

Economist, IMF

Davide Furceri

Economist, IMF’s Research Department

Daniel Jiménez

Research Analyst, IMF

Siddharth Kothari

Economist, IMF’s Asia and Pacific Department

Jonathan D. Ostry

Deputy Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Nour Tawk

Economist, IMF


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Impact of one standard deviation change in factor on vaccinations per 100 population. Image: Deb et al. 2021


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‘Delta Variant’ is the impact of vaccines on new cases when the Delta variant is dominant. Image: Deb at al. 2021

Days elapsed until Delta variant reached 50% of COVID-19 cases. Image: GISAID,
Effect of neighbouring COVID-19 cases and vaccines on a country’s health outcomes. Image: Deb et al. 2021

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