A health worker administers a Covid-19 vaccine during door-to-door visits to inoculate people who live far from health facilities, in Siaya, Kenya, on May 18. Photo: AFP via Getty Images/TNS
A health worker administers a Covid-19 vaccine during door-to-door visits to inoculate people who live far from health facilities, in Siaya, Kenya, on May 18. Photo: AFP via Getty Images/TNS

Letters | Covid vaccines: time for rich nations to stand by Africa

  • Some Western countries have covered their populations two to three times over in vaccine bookings
  • Any investment wealthy nations make in helping vaccinate Africa will pay huge dividends

A health worker administers a Covid-19 vaccine during door-to-door visits to inoculate people who live far from health facilities, in Siaya, Kenya, on May 18. Photo: AFP via Getty Images/TNS
A health worker administers a Covid-19 vaccine during door-to-door visits to inoculate people who live far from health facilities, in Siaya, Kenya, on May 18. Photo: AFP via Getty Images/TNS
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