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To the expressions that have emerged since Covid-19 struck the world a year ago we can now add “vaccine apartheid”. It may determine not only who travels to which country, but also restrict movement within internal borders based on whether one has been vaccinated.

Initially, the talk was of vaccine nationalism with rich countries ordering vast amount of supply, sometimes three to four times what their countries would need. The rest have been left to stay unprotected or wait for international organisations, such as the AU and the World Health Organization’s Covax...

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