Cuba’s vaccine success story sails past mark set by rich world’s Covid efforts

Posted by on January 5, 2022 5:00 am
Categories: Global Stories

The island nation struggles to keep the lights on but has inoculated 90% of population with home-developed vaccines

General Máximo Gómez, a key figure in Cuba’s 19th-century wars of independence against Spain once said: “Cubans either don’t meet the mark – or go way past it.”

A century and a half later, the aphorism rings true. This downtrodden island struggles to keep the lights on, but has now vaccinated more of its citizens against Covid-19 than any of the world’s major nations.

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