Nearly a third of Zimbabweans have received at least a single dose of a Chinese vaccine. This year, the country will get more batches of vaccine from China. Photo: EPA-EFE
Nearly a third of Zimbabweans have received at least a single dose of a Chinese vaccine. This year, the country will get more batches of vaccine from China. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: Zimbabwe says China to donate 10 million doses of vaccine in 2022

  • Southern African nation has fully vaccinated just over a fifth of its population, mostly using doses either bought from or donated by China
  • Like many African countries, it faces low rates of vaccination, because of availability issues as well as vaccine hesitancy and apathy

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Nearly a third of Zimbabweans have received at least a single dose of a Chinese vaccine. This year, the country will get more batches of vaccine from China. Photo: EPA-EFE
Nearly a third of Zimbabweans have received at least a single dose of a Chinese vaccine. This year, the country will get more batches of vaccine from China. Photo: EPA-EFE
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