264 - Why Helping to Vaccinate the World Against COVID-19 is in America’s Best Interests
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Although America is struggling to vaccinate our most vulnerable populations in a race against variants, just vaccinating people here won’t help bring the pandemic to an end around the world. Lawrence Gostin, a Georgetown University professor and public health expert, talks with Stephanie Desmon about how our ethical duty to ensure equitable distribution of the vaccine worldwide is not only the morally right thing to do, it’s in our own national interests.

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