The U.S. Won't Join the COVAX Facility to Develop a Global Covid Vaccine. Here's Why That's a Bad Idea
The COVAX facility is a global effort to find, develop and distribute a safe, effective coronavirus vaccine to every country in the world. But the U.S. has declined to participate due to President Trump’s lack of confidence in the World Health Organization. But can an America-first strategy for vaccine development work? The New York Times takes a closer look.