Editorial: U.S. should participate in global vaccine agreements

The White House is letting petty politics squander an opportunity to show global leadership in the pandemic.By refusing to participate in a multinational alliance working on ways to share and distribute vaccines where most needed, the U.S. is not only coming across as selfish, but it is creating a leadership void that may be filled by rivals.At least 78 developed countries and economies are participating in the alliance, called Covax. Together, they are working on ways to allocate coronavirus vaccines.Multilateral agreements are needed to limit hoarding and ensure supplies are deployed fairly …

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