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Acts of courage in the age of Covid-19.
Use the New Statesman's trackers to monitor the state of the global effort to vaccinate the world against Covid-19.
Our international coronavirus tracker shows that no low-income country has started vaccinating its population.
Including “Covid is only as deadly as a bad flu”, “lockdowns don’t reduce cases” and “we aren’t seeing excess deaths”.
Inconsistency and perceived complacency is undermining faith in the government’s previously lauded strategy.
The world's eyes are on Israel, as governments overeager to reopen risk repeating earlier mistakes.
Our international editor indentifies important global trends in the year ahead – and makes some predictions.
The Egyptian government seems more interested in suppressing negative coverage and maintaining the illusion of control than tackling the country's healthcare crisis.
Until there is firm scientific evidence we should avoid overblown claims about near-magical substances.
Defending civil liberties was once a defining principle of the left, so why has the term been co-opted to mean unbridled individualism?
Officials believe they are locked in a race against time to ramp up vaccination capacity while limiting the spread of the new variant as much as possible.