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UNICEF Strikes Deal To Buy Russia’s Sputnik V Vaccine

Supply Will Depend On Emergency Use Listing By The WHO

Executive Summary

A new procurement deal will add to the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines at global level. However, the leaders of the COVAX Facility say that by the end of June they will face a shortfall of 190 million doses, mainly because of the crisis in India, and are calling on wealthier countries to increase their donations.

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