“African states have three main ways of securing supplies for COVID-19 vaccines – directly with pharmaceutical companies, through the COVAX facility, a global initiative, and the African Vaccine Acquisition Task Team set up by the African Union regional bloc.”
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“MPs in Uganda have been offered 20 million Ugandan shillings each (nearly €5000 euros) to assist them during the coronavirus pandemic. The move has sparked outrage from the public who say the money should go to help health workers on the frontline of the Covid-19 fight.”
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