The World Health Organisation (WHO) has endorsed a proposal by Costa Rica and Chile to pool data, knowledge and intellectual property for a Covid-19 vaccine, ensuring universal access to any eventual cure. But with the US failing to support the proposal and ‘vaccine nationalism’ increasing in prominence, the quest for a universal vaccine is about to enter treacherous waters.

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