How COVID has deepened inequality — in six stark graphics
Saima May Sidik
The shock waves of the COVID-19 pandemic have reverberated throughout the world. But the latest data reveal that the burden of COVID and its aftermath does not rest equally.
In six graphics, Nature details how the pandemic has worsened existing inequalities and exposed others in terms of income, health, safety and more.
In 2022, up to 677 million people could be living in extreme poverty — almost 100 million more than without the combined crises of the pandemic, inflation and the war in Ukraine.
LEGGI TUTTO https://www.nature.com/immersive/d41586-022-01647-6/index.html?utm_source=Nature+Briefing&utm_campaign=77f3692516-briefing-dy-20220623&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c9dfd39373-77f3692516-43661193