Issue #503: The Unvaccinated Epidemic | Subject

Issue #503: The Unvaccinated Epidemic |  Subject

After a tragic 2020, the United States began to overcome the coronavirus, thanks, above all, to the largest stock of vaccine doses on the planet. Thus they vaccinated about half the population, but since then the campaign began to break down, and the Delta version began to gain ground. Today, cases of re-cases, hospitalizations and deaths are increasing in the country. And governors and mayors of various places are leaning toward two measures that promise to generate resistance: re-establishing the mandatory use of masks and demanding the vaccination of public servants. In this episode, Globo correspondent Tiago Eltz describes the disparity in vaccination coverage among US states and the role of the anti-vaccination movement in building this alarming reality. Epidemiologist Fatima Marinho of Vital Strategies is also participating. She recounts the origins of the movement, explains where it is the strongest in the world. And, to show the opposite, it analyzes two cases of homozygous vaccination with good results in South America: Chile and Uruguay.

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About the author: Muhammad Wayne

Wayne is a reporter who covers everything from oil trading to China's biggest conglomerates and technology companies. Originally from Chicago, he is a graduate of New York University's business and economic reporting program.

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