Americas airlines: Slow vaccine rollout to hurt recovery. Part 2

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As more encouraging signs emerge around the world regarding the number of vaccinations being administered, so too are the demarcations of the countries that are managing vaccine roll-out effectively. 

Three of the largest countries in the Americas – the US, Brazil and Canada – are in the midst of various stages of vaccine roll-out, and as a result, at varying levels of success. 

Arguably, the success of vaccine administration is inextricably tied to a marked turn in air travel demand, and missteps in vaccine management could further prolong a recovery for airlines. Or, in some cases, stall demand that was steadily increasing. 
As noted in Part 1 of this report, the US is moving fast. But the same is not true across the Americas.

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