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Richest countries must do more to get the world vaccinated, economist says


Economist James K. Galbraith at University of Texas says right now, there is an “enormous gap” between the amount of vaccines the world’s richest countries are promising and the amount that is needed to vaccinate the world. Prof. Galbraith tells Lawrence O’Donnell it’s a “huge moral failure that is going to turn into a huge global failure” unless action is taken to increase global vaccine distribution.