As of today, less than 1 percent of all COVID-19 vaccines that have been distributed around the world has gone to the poorest countries. This enormous inequality in vaccine distribution reflects structural inequalities that have existed in the global system for a long time. Use global perspectives and other concepts from the course to explain how existing structural inequalities are impacting patterns of vaccine distribution. Use concepts such as colonialism, nationalism, imperialism, human rights, and global governance, among others. Why does vaccine inequality matter? How would you suggest we make the system of vaccine distribution fairer?
Some possible resources:
Historical Insights on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), the 1918 Influenza Pandemic, and Racial Disparities: Illuminating a Path Forward (Links to an external site.)
Here’s just how unequal the coronavirus vaccine rollout has been (Links to an external site.)
Map of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered per 100 people (Links to an external site.)
What Would It Take to Vaccinate the World Against Covid? (Links to an external site.)
paper should be 1000-1200 words or about 3-4 pages. Please pay careful attention to spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Remember that citations are required for both paraphrasing and direct quotes from either the text or lecture. Feel free to cite other books and articles as needed. Include a full list of works cited at the back (APA, MLA or other citation standard).

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