The United States has administered 321 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines, with about 67% of adults expected to be partly vaccinated by July 4.

But vaccine distribution and access are a different story in other parts of the world, posing a threat to our success against COVID-19, according to an article published in The Lancet by Sofia Gruskin, JD, MIA, professor of preventive medicine and law, and her fellow commissioners on the International AIDS Society-Lancet Commission on Health and Human Rights.

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