Let's make COVID -19 vaccines accessible to the world's poorest

February 18, 2022

Jesuit Missions is working to make COVID-19 vaccines accessible to people living in the world’s poorest countries.

What’s is vaccine equity? Vaccine equity is the effort to make sure that all people, across the world, have equal access to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Shockingly, in much of Africa, fewer than 40% of populations have received the vaccine and, in some instances, this falls below 10%. In Burundi vaccinations have not yet begun. In stark contrast, 77% of the British population has been vaccinated.

If we want the pandemic to end, we need vaccine equity. To read the full story about this please click here, where you will also find the official petition calling on the UK government to act. You will also find details of how to engage your MP on this important issue.

To find out more about the work of Jesuit Missions UK, please click here.

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