Bridging the Covid-19 vaccine gap
From PPE shortages to Covid-19 vaccine distribution, the supply chain has emerged as a determinant of health
International efforts should prioritise equitable access to vaccines. Immanuel A.Afolabi/Majority World/Universal Images Group via Getty Images
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Barbie debuts dolls in likeness of Covid-19 frontline workers
African countries must include all migrant populations in their vaccination plans. Thierry/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
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Funeral workers wearing personal protective equipment carry a casket during the burial of a Covid-19 victim, amid a nationwide coronavirus disease (Covid-19) lockdown, at the Olifantsvlei cemetery, south-west of Joburg, South Africa 6 January, 2021. Reuters/Siphiwe Sibeko
Syringe and vial are seen in front of displayed new Pfizer logo in this illustration taken, 24 June 2021. Reuters/Dado Ruvic/Illustration
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Covid-19 vaccination is slower on the African continent than in high income countries. Shutterstock
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