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Wolfers Connects Vaccination Rates to Supply Chains and Inflation Issues

November 12, 2021

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U-M Ford School of Public Policy professor of economics and public policy Justin Wolfers discusses in The Daily Beast that increasing COVID-19 vaccination rates could help resolve inflation and supply chain difficulties. He notes manufacturing facilities in low-income countries and how a few COVID-19 cases shuts down the entirety of production for a month as an example, highlighting issues that arise with anti-vaccine attitudes and its effect on the economy.

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