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Zimbabwe will begin its Covid-19 vaccination campaign next week, the health ministry said on Friday, potentially positioning it as the first southern African country to start inoculating citizens.
On Monday, it expects to take delivery of a first shipment of 800,000 vaccine doses, 200,000 of which were donated by the Chinese government.
The vaccine will immediately be distributed to all provinces and districts across the country…
The vaccination programme begins next week after the country takes delivery of the first batch of Covid-19 vaccines.
Thousands of vulnerable people in the UK are at risk of being overlooked for vaccination amid confusion over who is to be included in the crucial next wave of the programme, a Guardian analysis has found.
People with a range of conditions said they had been told repeatedly they were at a heightened risk from coronavirus, with some even being told to shield, only to discover they were being left out of the “at risk” group next in line for a jab.