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DHFP: Addressing COVID-19 Pandemic: Vaccine Nationalism or Comparative Advantage?

  • Thursday, February 24, 2022
  • 6:30 PM- 8:30 PM
  • Atherton Hall: Grandfather Clock Lounge
In the global fight against the pandemic, money and national interest seem to have won out. The US, Europe and other rich nations were able to access vaccines, placing advance orders for hundreds of millions of doses, potentially leaving little for poorer parts of the world. The inequalities fundamentally reveal a skewed view of global health, and the global economy. Under the system vaccines and essential medications are basically market commodity and not as a public good. Dinner will be provided.
Schreyer Scholar Marissa Works

Schreyer helps students navigate life on campus and beyond with extremely important opportunities such as priority scheduling, smaller and more personal class sizes, and grant/scholarship funding. I was able to take on the internship of my dreams at the Kennedy Center because of Schreyer's connections and financial support.

Marissa Works '19 Music Education and Advertising/Public Relations

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