Vaccinate the world to end the pandemic once and for all

HBO documentary, How to Survive a Pandemic, reveals what happened behind the scenes in the race to develop and roll out COVID-19 vaccines, and the political and moral failures of governments to ensure fair and global access.

While COVID-19 vaccines have been available for a year, the pandemic is far from over.

Rich countries bought the majority of the world's vaccine supply and only 10% of people living in low-income countries have been fully vaccinated. Millions of people are losing their lives needlessly.

Leaving billions of people unprotected from this virus is not only a gross injustice, it's also dangerous. In places where vaccine coverage is low, new variants are much more likely to emerge and spread.

The only way we can escape an endless cycle of variants, boosters, and restrictions is to ensure every one of us has equal access to vaccines — no matter where in the world we live.

Sign our petition demanding world leaders adopt a global plan to vaccinate the world in 2022 and end the pandemic everywhere.

Dear world leaders,

We want the pandemic to end. With COVID-19 still raging globally and millions of people left vulnerable to the virus, inaction is not an option. We are urging you to adopt a global plan to vaccinate 70% of the population globally by September 2022 and end the pandemic everywhere once and for all.

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