What does global evidence tell us about the optimal way to distribute COVID-19 vaccines?

The International Network for Government Science Advice has been monitoring different countries’ prioritisation models for the vaccine rollout – from the arts and culture sector in Serbia to indigenous populations in North America and New Zealand, and politicians in Turkey.… Read More

New INGSA/Boulder Research Project: How has science shaped COVID-19 policy?

With more than 24 million recorded COVID-19 cases, over 830,000 deaths, and the pandemic still raging in many regions of the world, scientists from an array of disciplines are asking why some nations have fared better than others at curbing its spread. Now, a new University of Colorado Boulder-led effort aims to look at the role science itself has played in influencing how countries and their leaders have responded – and what that response (or lack thereof) has meant for citizens.… Read More

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