‘We’re all in this together’: Dr Fauci says world has failed India as Covid cases surge

US’s top infectious disease expert lambasts wealthy countries for failing to provide equitable access to coronavirus vaccines

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Dr Anthony Fauci, the White House’s chief medical adviser, has said countries have failed to unite to provide an adequate global response to prevent the “tragic” coronavirus outbreak from overwhelming India, and singled out wealthier nations for failing to provide equitable access to healthcare around the world.

Speaking to Guardian Australia from the US, Fauci said the situation in India had highlighted global inequality.

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