Covid-19 Vaccination Is Not Going to Be Equitable, Is It?

America’s unjust status quo threatens the intervention we need most

An African American child is receiving an oral vaccine as they are held by their mother.
A nurse administers the polio vaccine to an infant patient at the Well-Baby Clinic in DeKalb County, Georgia, 1977. Photo: Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images

The reality of polio was different

A familiar story

“Equitable allocation” of a Covid-19 vaccine

Based on our history

What about vaccine hesitancy?

What is past is prologue

Doctor of Public Health in Epidemiology. Associate at JHSPH. Adjunct at George Mason Univ. Epidemiologist at a large County Health Department. Father. Husband.

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