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People’s Vaccine Global Day of Action

Join the global day of action on March 11!


Write to your member of Congress
In the US, ask your member of Congress to join a letter from Rep. Jan Schakowsky (IL) urging the Biden administration to support a waiver of COVID-19 patent monopolies.
Send your letter

People’s Vaccine action tools!
Print a poster, tweet your representative…you can use one of these tools to demand vaccine equity wherever you are.
Join the action

On social media, use a mask filter to tell your friends why you support a Peoples Vaccine!
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On the ground

Join an action if you’re near one of these cities!

New York City
Washington, DC

Our best chance of ending this pandemic is to ensure that everyone, everywhere has access to Covid-19 vaccines, tests and treatments. But pharmaceutical monopolies are restricting supply, leaving countries in the global south waiting up to 2023 for widespread vaccination. This will lead to even more unnecessary loss of lives and allow the virus to spread and mutate, which will threaten everyone as no one is safe until everyone is safe.

We cannot stay silent in the face of vaccine apartheid.

On 11 March, one year since the WHO declared a COVID-19 pandemic, we are mobilising people from around the world to raise a public outcry at this injustice.

On March 11 we will be demanding that:

  • Pharmaceutical companies openly share their technological know-how to make their vaccines. They can do this through joining the World Health Organsiation Covid-19 Technology and Access Pool (C-TAP).
  • Governments suspend patent rules at the World Trade Organisation on Covid19 vaccines and health technologies during the pandemic.

This will help break Big Pharma monopolies and increase supplies so there are enough doses for everyone, everywhere.

Join in the Global Day of Action to ramp up the pressure for a #PeoplesVaccine, not a profit vaccine.

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