The U.S., U.K, and E.U. now have more vaccines ordered than they need. Will they help distribute them to the rest of the world?
As vaccine manufacturing picks up speed, the U.S. could end up with an extra 450 million doses more than needed to vaccinate every American—at the same time that some developing countries still have few doses or none at all. The U.K. and Canada could have another 200 million extra doses. Hundreds of millions more will likely be available in the European Union.