How The Delta Variant Is Changing The Pandemic On A Global Scale

Cases are surging in countries around the world as the more transmissible delta variant spreads rapidly. Also growing: pressure on vaccine-rich countries to help people in countries where vaccines are still scarce.

NPR’s Will Stone reports on the waiting game. And Harvard’s Junaid Habi argues vaccine hesitancy in America is a peculiar privilege.

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