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Normal life will not return ‘until 2024’ if virus does not disappear globally

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TRURO, ENGLAND - JANUARY 26: An NHS staff member prepares an AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccination as over-eighty year olds receive their vaccinations on January 26, 2021 at Stithians Showground, near Truro, England. A further 32 vaccination centres are opening across England as the rollout programme continues to ramp up. The latest Government figures showed more than 6.3 million people across the UK have received their first dose of the vaccine with a record-breaking 491,970 being injected in a single day over the weekend. (Photo by Hugh Hastings/Getty Images) Vaccines are key in helping the world to return to normal (Getty)

Restrictions will still be in place for another four years if the COVID-19 vaccine is not distributed fairly across the world, a leading health expert has warned. 

Dr Clare Wenham, assistant professor of global health policy at London School of Economics, said it was a ‘real imperative’ the jabs were given to all countries in order to stop the pandemic. 

She told Sky News: ‘At the moment, the data is showing it’s going to be 2023/24 before the global vaccines are distributed to everybody.

‘That’s a long time.

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