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Blog |
13 March 2023

Amid scarcity and soaring prices, China could issue compulsory license for Paxlovid

After three years of its “Zero COVID” policy, the Chinese government allowed a return to relative normalcy for its citizens in early December 2022. Due to the ongoing transmission of Omicron and its numerous COVID subvariants in China, the sudden policy shift was accompanied by rapid community transmission across the country and high numbers of severe COVID cases.

Blog |
17 May 2022

Patently unfair: when climate justice aligns with access to medicines

Climate change has been described as the biggest threat to global health in the 21st century. Last year’s UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, COP26, saw large-scale mobilisation in the UK across a wide range of civil society and led to the creation of the COP26 coalition. This coalition included environment and development NGOs, trade unions, grassroots community campaigns, faith groups, youth groups, migrant and racial justice networks — to name a few. The unifying ambition has been to highlight the intersectionality of climate justice and how this issue shows the need for systemic change in our current political and economic systems.

Newsletter |
28 April 2022

Share vaccine tech! Prepare for the future!

Today at its annual shareholders meeting, Moderna will report billions in profits during the ongoing COVID pandemic. The company has already made US$17.7 billion from vaccine sales in 2021. Despite $10 billion in public taxpayer money that went into Moderna’s development and delivery of the COVID vaccine, Moderna refuses to share the mRNA technology behind the vaccine with the rest of the world.