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The end of the global emergency is the time to reflect on the lessons learned during the pandemic and how we can create more just and kind societies going forward. (Shutterstock)

We can uphold the solidarity created by COVID-19 even though WHO ended the international emergency

The pandemic caused untold suffering around the world. It also created a new type of community solidarity rarely seen before. As we enter the post-pandemic era we must maintain that solidarity.
As of Nov. 30, 2022, 62.5% of children and adolescents are unvaccinated against COVID-19. South_agency/E+ via Getty Images

Nurses’ attitudes toward COVID-19 vaccination for their children are highly influenced by partisanship, a new study finds

Nurses who identify as Democrats have a significantly higher likelihood of having their children vaccinated against COVID-19 than those who identify as Republicans.
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As Aucklanders anticipate holiday trips, Māori leaders ask people to stay away from regions with lower vaccination rates

Vaccination and testing requirements will limit the number of infected people leaving Auckland, but cases are likely to spread across the country as people travel in the lead-up to the holiday season.
Jacinda Ardern and partner Clarke Gayford visit a pop-up vaccination clinic on ‘Super Saturday’. Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images

New Zealand’s mass vaccination event lifts uptake but highlights dangerous inequities as the country prepares to open up

As pressure mounts to adopt the “individual armour of vaccination” before public health measures are removed, New Zealand needs to shift resources and control to locally run vaccination programmes.
SARS-CoV-2 variants have also played an integral part in driving the course of the pandemic. Shutterstock

COVID-19: It’s time to look at the finer details of South Africa’s pandemic picture

Communities with high vaccine coverage rates are likely to see lower case numbers, hospitalisations and deaths related to COVID-19 compared to those with poor vaccine coverage.
With many vaccine-eligible people in the U.S. staying away, some vaccine sites have no lines. Mario Tama/Getty Images

US Black and Latino communities often have low vaccination rates – but blaming vaccine hesitancy misses the mark

People who haven’t gotten vaccinated for COVID-19 often have complex reasons for their relunctance or may face other barriers. Lumping them all together undercuts the vaccination campaign.

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