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The US has entered a new phase in its vaccination campaign in which supply often outstrips demand. The average number of people getting a first or single dose each day has fallen by about 50 percent from the peak on April 13. Full story with @amyswalk: https://t.co/noH2UTSbS8
Europe has once again swelled with new coronavirus cases, driving a worrisome global surge. But this time, the rise in new cases is being propelled by a variant first seen in Britain, which swept that nation in December. https://t.co/GyHzkaCAzO
The world’s richest countries have received 86% of vaccines administered so far. Only 0.1% of doses have been administered in low-income countries. The disparity, experts say, lies in how and when deals for doses were struck with drug companies. https://t.co/vcdwDD18Or
The world’s richest countries are storming ahead in the vaccination race. 86% of vaccine doses have been administered in high and upper-middle income countries. The reason lies in how — and when — deals for doses were struck. Story with @collinskeith: https://t.co/UYhEOIePgo
Nearly a third of adults in New York City and almost half of those 65 and older have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine. But there are income and racial disparities in the city’s rollout. See our analysis of the vaccine campaign so far. https://t.co/Q4H2cQ4yGv
Communities of color in the U.S. have received a smaller share of available vaccines, according to our analysis. The vaccination rate for Black Americans is half that of white people, and the gap for Hispanic people is even larger. https://t.co/fTuDUvlf6h
After peaking at more than 750,000 new cases each day, the pandemic is receding. New cases have halved, driven largely by improvements in the same countries that had devastating outbreaks this winter. But will it last? w/ @atmccann + @LaurenLeatherby https://t.co/9dc5i6wnxr https://t.co/TMNAk9UCn0 https://t.co/UZZnpC5Y59