Erin Banco

global health correspondent at Politico

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In some low-income African countries, 5% or less of the population is fully vaccinated, according to local government data. Why the slow progress against COVID?

Most of Africa isn’t protected against COVID. Blame western countries

In some low-income African countries, 5% or less of the population is fully vaccinated, according to local government data. Why the slow progress against COVID?

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