Who should own the rights to make COVID-19 vaccines? | Inside Story

South Africa and India are urging the World Trade Organization to remove patent restrictions on COVID-19 vaccines.
For developing nations, many of which haven’t received a single shot, this would allow them to mass produce vaccines.
The U.S. and European countries, where major drugmakers are based, are against patents being available free for all.
So who should own the rights to make and distribute medicines during a global health crisis?

Presenter: Dareen Abughaida


Max Lawson – Oxfam International

Rajeshwari Hariharan – Legal Counsel for Natco Pharma

Jeffrey Lazarus – Barcelona Institute for Global Health

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