The Democratic Republic of Congo has begun re-deploying hundreds of thousands of COVID-19 vaccines to other African nations which it says it won’t be able to administer before they expire at the end of June, its health minister said on Thursday.
On Thursday afternoon a plane from Angola picked up almost half a million doses of the AstraZeneca (AZN.L) vaccine, which had been supplied to Congo through the COVAX vaccine-sharing facility on March 2.
Congo delayed its rollout after several European countries suspended use of the AstraZeneca shot in response to reports of rare blood clots. read more
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