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On 11/24/2020 at 3:13 PM, placeholder said:

People also need to understand that you don't need to vaccinate the whole world to stop the spread of covid.

How Long Before the Entire World is Vaccinated Against COVID-19? (newsweek.com)

I'm not sure that article really says that. The person being interviewed concedes that it won't be possible to vaccinate everyone and then the article states that:



GAVI believes that vaccinating 20 percent of the population in all countries who participate in its scheme will cover the most vulnerable people and healthcare workers and, by doing so, suppress the transmission of the disease.


I suppose it depends what you think they mean by "suppress" but I take it to mean that it will limit the spread rather than stop it completely.

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