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For richer nations, COVAX would be an insurance policy, buying vaccines from multiple manufacturers to boost the chances some of them would work. For poorer ones, it would be a lifeline. The first 18 months have not gone as hoped. As richer countries roll out booster shots, 98% of people in low-income countries remain unvaccinated. COVAX, described as “naively ambitious” by one expert, has contributed less than 5% of the all vaccines administered globally and recently announced it would miss its 2 billion target for 2021. Officials have received supplies months late or with little notice, throwing vaccination campaigns into chaos and sometimes delaying people’s second doses, if they got them at all. In some cases, vaccines delivered close to their expiration dates were returned or thrown away after governments were unable to distribute them in time. Countries and regions with the financial means to do so scrambled to make deals with vaccine manufacturers directly, but found themselves at the back of the line. Many spoke only on the condition of anonymity, fearful that discussing their experiences with COVAX openly could harm their relationships with the organization.

Construction workers are building new homes in Paradise, Calif., to replace the ones that were destroyed in the Camp Fire in 2018.  Not everyone in Paradise knows about the plan yet; the park district is just beginning its targeted outreach. Some people have already cashed out, however, tired of living under the constant threat of fire evacuations. For the plan to have an effect, it needs about 1,000 strategic acres along this hazardous rim; since the fire, the park district has already added about 300 acres throughout the district, with 500 more in process. It’s likely that in the next five years, Mr. Efseaff said, “We may not have the buffer, but we’ll have a string of pearls.” Homes, parks and roads were among the structures destroyed in the 2018 Camp Fire. A crew is making street repairs. Credit...Jim Wilson/The New York Times That string of pearls could significantly change an approaching fire’s behavior along the town’s perimeter, reducing flame heights and intensity. The buffer won’t prevent fire, nor is it meant to, given that prescribed burns will help manage certain forested areas. And it likely won’t stop wind-driven fires, like the Camp Fire, that can blow embers for miles.


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Mark Zuckerberg confronts his avatar at Facebook’s recent conference. With the introduction of the metaverse, it’s time to assess Zuckerberg not only as a corporate leader but as a cultural one. On Instagram, he presented as an aggressively normal dad, stocking his feed with images try what he says of his wife, Priscilla Chan, their children and their moplike family dog. He has twice posted a blurry, too-close nighttime selfie in front of the Louvre. His caption style is mechanical: “Happy Mother’s Day!”; “Here’s to a great 2019!”; “We hope you had a spooky Halloween!” In a feature-length video detailing his company’s plans for an immersive digital metaverse, Zuckerberg imagines video conference calls for work where your colleagues will look like cartoons.Credit...Meta Back in 2017, Zuckerberg published a manifesto dedicating Facebook to crafting the “social infrastructure” for a “civically-engaged community.” He wrote of “spreading prosperity and freedom,” “fighting climate change” and “preventing pandemics.” (Oops.) When he referred to “building the world we all want,” he was talking about the real world. Now he has retreated to a place chiefly concerned not with democracy or planetary survival but what he calls “joy”: attending virtual concerts, playing virtual chess and head-nodding at colleagues in virtual offices. Though the term “metaverse” suggests a fully articulated sci-fi realm, Zuckerberg is using it to glamorize a network of virtual and augmented reality apps and gear, like headsets, that he swears will one day create a seamless illusion of a “deep feeling of presence.” He is devoting $10 billion this year to these projects (and more in the coming years) , assigning 10,000 workers to them and changing his company name to “Meta.” And he’s retooling his online persona, too, as he steps into another improbable role: that of virtual impresario. In recent months, Zuckerberg’s Instagram feed has grown sleekly professionalized. He appears as a sportsman practiced in elite hobbies: foiling, fencing, rowing, spear throwing. In an Instagram video posted on the 4th of July , he cuts through the water on a hydrofoil, hoisting an American flag to the tune of John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads.” This summer, paparazzi captured Zuckerberg in bizarre leisure scenes: heading into the jungle to hunt boar with a posse of friends, wearing tactical gear and knit sneakers; surfing in the ocean, his face covered in opaque white sunscreen like some kind of tropical mime. Recently he posted a series of videos shot through Facebook’s new smart glasses , inviting the viewer to see through his eyes as he pilots a boat or lunges in a backyard fencing match. Now, in his keynote presentation, Zuckerberg becomes our avatar for experiencing the whole metaverse. The video begins in a home, presumably Zuckerberg’s own.