A nurse prepares to give a shot of the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine to Zimbabwean vice-president Constantino Chiwenga at a hospital in Harare on February 18, after Zimbabwe received 200,000 doses of the vaccine donated by China. Photo: AP A nurse prepares to give a shot of the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine to Zimbabwean vice-president Constantino Chiwenga at a hospital in Harare on February 18, after Zimbabwe received 200,000 doses of the vaccine donated by China. Photo: AP
A nurse prepares to give a shot of the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine to Zimbabwean vice-president Constantino Chiwenga at a hospital in Harare on February 18, after Zimbabwe received 200,000 doses of the vaccine donated by China. Photo: AP

Letters | China’s coronavirus vaccine donation to Zimbabwe an example for wealthy nations to follow

  • Globalisation and technological advances mean no nation is safe from the coronavirus unless vaccination protection is available to all. Any ‘vaccine nationalism’ would be short-sighted

Topic |   Coronavirus vaccine
A nurse prepares to give a shot of the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine to Zimbabwean vice-president Constantino Chiwenga at a hospital in Harare on February 18, after Zimbabwe received 200,000 doses of the vaccine donated by China. Photo: AP A nurse prepares to give a shot of the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine to Zimbabwean vice-president Constantino Chiwenga at a hospital in Harare on February 18, after Zimbabwe received 200,000 doses of the vaccine donated by China. Photo: AP
A nurse prepares to give a shot of the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine to Zimbabwean vice-president Constantino Chiwenga at a hospital in Harare on February 18, after Zimbabwe received 200,000 doses of the vaccine donated by China. Photo: AP
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