I have to wonder about what the WHO is trying to accomplish with its rhetoric about vaccine distribution. A guilt trip?\n\nhttps:\/\/www.cnbc.com\/2021\/04\/09\/who-says-poor-countries-have-received-just-0point2percent-of-worlds-vaccine-supply.html\n\nThe constant bitching about vaccinations proceeding more quickly in rich countries than poor countries is so totally predictable; I can't believe the complaining I'm hearing about it. Without rich countries there wouldn't be vaccines, and it's just a reality of the current world order that nations exist, nationalism exists, borders exist, and country leaders feel they have a responsibility to their citizens. There is no way that any country is going to decide to vaccinate poorer countries, which in total have a larger population than rich countries, before their own citizens, in some equitable percentage of the total world population.\n\nEven if nations and their leaders got far more altruistic than is reality, the math doesn't work. According to this website:\n\nhttps:\/\/ourworldindata.org\/covid-vaccinations\n\nAbout 500 million doses have been administered as I type this, including about 157 million in China. There are 7.9 billion people on the planet. Most concerning, manufacturing these vaccines are not like making plastic toys, and there's more proof of that every week. This week J&J has severely cut back distribution of their highly sought after vaccine due to manufacturing problems, and in the process that's going to reduce the amount of AZ vaccine manufactured, because apparently they were made in the same contract facility and some ingredients got mixed up (I know I'm over-simplifying). And two of three US vaccines have refrigeration requirements that probably are unacceptable in most developing countries. I guess miracles never happen quickly enough.\n\n\nAs you said, inflammatory rhetoric. Especially when the WHO gets its funding from those rich countries.