Ramping up vaccine production provokes a scramble for syringes around the world

Karan Deep Singh, The New York Times, March 5, 2021

As we start to see the light at the end of the tunnel with vaccines being approved and distributed across the globe to combat COVID-19, there are challenges being faced, such as a competition to have enough of the right syringes to administer them with.

This New York Times article delves into how different regions, including United States, Japan, Europe, Brazil and India are dealing with the syringe supply issues associated with COVID-19.