Spain will donate to Latin America between 5 and 10% of the COVID-19 vaccines purchased this year, which will represent at least 7.5 million doses. Distribution will take place through COVAX, an international alliance that seeks to guarantee equitable access to these drugs and whose results are not without criticism. Health management experts believe that this platform has become a reflection of a system that has allowed rich countries to hoard serum in the first place. In addition, donations overlook other essential factors for successful immunization campaigns.
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