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HEALTHCARE

KISORIO: States must be self-reliant in jabs drive

The capacities of many healthcare systems, especially in developing countries, were stretched by the pandemic to the tipping point.

In Summary

• With the pandemic ravaging the world, the urgency by developed countries in securing the vaccines for their citizens exposed  global inequalities.

• A world was divided in two fronts: Those with vaccine and those without.

The declaration of Covid-19 as a global pandemic saw in its wake the disruption of the social and economic activities world over.

The capacities of many healthcare systems, especially in ...