Effective prevention: Absolute risk reduction supports more equitable vaccine distribution policies


In a new study, New Mexico researchers using an alternative analysis based on evidence-based medicine have found that the effectiveness of COVID vaccines is much greater in areas of the world with higher prevalence of infection—an approach that could lead to more equitable distribution of vaccines.

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