Namibia pays N$29m for vaccine

“Minister of health and social services Kalumbi Shangula says Namibia has settled the 15%, or roughly N$29 million, meant to show its commitment to accessing the novel coronavirus vaccine through the Covax facility. With the vaccine, the country targets 20% of the population, which are mainly healthcare workers and vulnerable Namibians.”

via The Namibian
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