India has begun vaccinating its population of 1.3 billion people but roll-out has been slow. The government says one reason is a mistrust of vaccines that is being fueled by misinformation on social media.
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A Brazilian city of 45,000 has launched a major coronavirus vaccination drive. Health experts hope herd immunity could be achieved by May.
As Ghana becomes the first country to receive vaccines from the UN-led COVAX scheme, the West has been warned that a post-COVID economic recovery is dependent on vaccinating the developing world.
The World Health Organization's global vaccine-sharing scheme aims to get doses to the world's poorest countries.
Both countries’ successful vaccination rollouts could soon result in the return of fans to sports stadiums. Though Germany lags far behind on coronavirus vaccinations, a new concept offers supporters cautious hope.
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