With vaccine developers estimating that they can make sufficient doses for more than one-third of the world’s population by the end of 2021, the “biggest logistical challenge the world has ever seen” of shipping, storing, freezing, communicating and vaccinating is about to begin.
What policies, practices and partnerships are needed to manufacture and distribute a COVID-19 vaccine to nearly 8 billion people?
This session is associated with the World Economic Forum’s Pandemic Supply Chain Network (PSCN).
Speakers: Margi Van Gogh, James Harding, Arnaud Bernaert, Henrietta H. Fore, Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem, Stanley M. Bergman, Jacques Vandermeiren
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