CARE's Response to the COVID-19 Crisis

CARE's Response to the COVID-19 Crisis

Project Report | Aug 2, 2022
CARE's COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery Update -June 2022

By CARE | CARE's Crisis Response Team

More than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, infection rates are dropping dramatically in much of the U.S., but the challenge is far from over. No one is safe while much of the world remains unvaccinated - leaving the potential for additional troubling variants to emerge. At present 66.3% of people worldwide –but only 17.8% of people in low-income countries –have received at least one dose.1The World Health Organization has renewed its urgent call for 70% of the world’s population to be fully vaccinated.

CARE is supporting efforts to improve desperately low vaccination rates in places like remote, hard-to-access villages, refugee and internally displaced people’s camps, and densely populated urban areas. Some countries continue to fall far short of goals. Only about half of all countries track vaccination rates by gender.

 Read the full report for more information.

1, accessed June 14, 2022


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Location: Atlanta, GA - USA
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Twitter: @CARE
Project Leader:
Ashby Brown
Atlanta , GA United States

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