Access to COVID-19 vaccines Requires Urgency and Action

 In C19PC Statements, Media Alert

The natural history of the Spanish Flu of 1918, that killed between 30 and 100 million people, shows us that the second wave of respiratory global pandemics can be more deadly. The new strains of the coronavirus appear to spread faster among young and old. A second wave has overwhelmed hospitals in the Cape and it will increasingly across the country. The second wave has dashed hopes for a quick, V-shaped economic recovery. We are now facing a W-shaped economic catastrophe.


The need for a comprehensive vaccine plan is urgent.


Humanity’s best hope for escaping the massive loss of life attributed to the 3-year Spanish Flu and the 40-year-long HIV pandemic is the rapid and global roll out of an equitable vaccination programme. Early studies have suggested that if rich countries stockpile vaccines, to the exclusion of the developing world, then the global vaccine programme will avert only half as many deaths. (1) While developing countries continue to battle the pandemic, the global economy will remain sluggish, with major consequences for people’s lives.


Despite these basic tenets of equity and good practice, the rich countries are stockpiling vaccines. By September, rich countries, including just 13 percent of the world’s population, had already cornered 51 percent of projected supplies. (2) We have the ludicrous situation that countries like Canada have pre-ordered five times more vaccine than needed for its population.


In early October, South Africa and India, in response to the refusal of big pharma to voluntarily share the intellectual property around COVID vaccines, called for global cooperation, unity and solidarity to meet the global health crisis challenge. They requested that the World Trade Organisation grant a waiver on intellectual property rights to allow for national governments to produce their own coronavirus vaccines. (3)


The United States, the United Kingdom, and the European Union, alongside other rich countries, opposed the motion. They argued that medical breakthroughs require incentivization. What they don’t acknowledge is that these vaccines have been developed with public money, which has eliminated entrepreneurial risk and therefore any justification for entrepreneurial returns. The patents on vaccines only serve to entrench unjustified monopoly rents for big pharmaceutical companies.


Developing countries have even contributed by supporting clinical trials among their own populations. South Africa’s government, however, seems to have failed to capitalise on the contribution of South Africans by negotiating preferential access to supplies. Many similar countries, such as Argentina, Chile, and Mexico, have entered bilateral agreements with vaccine developers. They are currently rolling out vaccination programmes, but the South African government, for reasons that are unclear, has no public plan and has clearly fallen behind.


If we are to save the lives, we require immediate action. South Africa, India, and other developing countries have the power to override intellectual property rights by domestically producing vaccines. We must do so. We have to oppose the dead end politics of vaccine nationalism of the richer countries. This process  is fortunately now quietly underway. Astrazeneca has given both Brazil and India the rights to manufacture the vaccine at cost price. The Serum Institute in India from next week will be producing the vaccine from next week and will hopefully within a matter of weeks start providing South Africa with supply.


Given the President’s address on Monday evening we are forced to ask the question where and who are the vaccinologists in the Medical Advisory Committee advising our government. Without adequate knowledge of the vaccine landscape our government will be not prepared to start rolling out the vaccine once it arrives in the country. We insist government must as a matter of urgency devise and announce a roll out plan.


Lives have to come before profits if we are to stop millions of unnecessary deaths. South Africa must as a matter of urgency rebuild its own capacity to manufacture its own vaccines, in the time of pandemics, nothing less  will amount to criminal neglect.


Millions of lives have been saved during the HIV pandemic by producing ARVs locally. We have to do it again. We cannot abide a situation where health inequity is exacerbated by vaccines only being made available to those who have private health insurance. The first wave has shown that those most likely to be killed by COVID are the working poor who rely on public sector care. The second wave has confirmed this abhorrent reality.


No one is safe until we all have equitable access to vaccines, distributed democratically to those most at risk of contracting the virus and developing severe illness. We cannot standby while the excessive profits are made by pharmaceutical companies while condemning millions to preventable deaths.


That said we have an immediate problem where our Health Workers and most vulnerable need protection. To this end, the C19 Peoples’ Coalition will embark on an urgent process to build consensus with Public health professionals, doctors, nurses and progressive scientists to develop a plan around vaccines based on people’s needs, to ensure both urgent access and democratic distribution.

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For more information, please contact:
Sebei Mametlwe 081 368 0706
Rehad Desai 083 997 9204

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(1) Matteo Chinazzi, Jessica T. Davis, Natalie E. Dean, Kunpeng Mu, Ana Pastore y Piontti, Xinyue Xiong, M. Elizabeth Halloran, Ira M. Longini Jr., Alessandro Vespignani. 2020. “Estimating the effect of cooperative versus uncooperative strategies of COVID-19 vaccine allocation: a modeling study,” Available at: < >


(2) Oxfam. 2020. “Small Group of Rich Nations Have Bought up More than Half the Future Supply of Leading COVID-19 Vaccine Contenders,”17 September. Available at:

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(3) The request for a waiver is available here:

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