It’s been 17 months since the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus had caused a pandemic. Now, nations around the planet are learning what it means to live alongside this pathogen. In Indonesia, which largely lacks access to vaccines, space to bury the dead is running out. Uganda, also lacking shots, squashed a recent surge with a strict lockdown. In England, which boasts a high vaccination rate, cases have plunged.
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