Sep 08, 2021

Much of Africa is struggling with vaccine access. Should Western nations rethink boosters?

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As western countries discuss the rollout of COVID vaccine boosters, millions around the world are still waiting for their first shot. COVID has killed 200,000 people across Africa, which has nearly 8 million confirmed cases. While South Africa is on track to have a majority vaccinated by the end of the year, many other sub-Saharan countries are lagging dangerously behind. William Brangham reports.

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