Twitter Media Studio : Less than 5% of Africans have been vaccinated. Millions of promised doses have yet to arrive. I asked Dr Ayoade Alakija of the Africa Vaccine Delivery Alliance who she blames. Her answers laid out the frustration at the unequal distribution of vaccines. bbc.co.uk/news/world/afr…

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Twitter Web App : We're proud to join this global call today for vaccine programmes to work with the needs of people living with mental health and addiction.

Vaccines are our best tool against diseases like Covid-19. Let's make sure everyone has access.

Twitter for iPhone : Hop in! No one is safe until everyone is safe.

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Twitter Media Studio : 'You can’t justify this intolerable waste.'

Ex prime minister Gordon Brown tells spare vaccines should be immediately airlifted by the military to poorer countries as 100 million vaccines will pass their use-by date by the end of the year

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Twitter Web App : vaccines availability:
High income countries 1️⃣3️⃣3️⃣ 💉 per 1️⃣0⃣0⃣ 👫
Low income countries 4️⃣ 💉 per 1️⃣0⃣0⃣ 👫

Mike Ryan speaks on some of the causes of this disparity.

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Twitter Web App : It is a travesty that in over 50 countries and at-risk groups remain completely unvaccinated, while some countries are administering booster doses broadly.

Join our fight for vaccine justice and to end this pandemic: who.int/vaccinequity

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Twitter for iPhone : ‘How long can you stand there and wait?’

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Twitter Web App : To reach 1 bn+💉, 🇮🇳 overcame people’s apprehensions on the safety of the new vaccines. Samagra did its bit by encouraging the urban poor to get vaccinated. 9 months on, vaccine hesitancy is at an all-time low. However, no one is safe until everyone is vaccinated!

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Twitter for iPhone : In 10 days’ time, the G20 Italy leaders will meet. By then, 500 million vaccine doses will be produced - enough to achieve the 40% vaccination target by the end of 2022. We’re not asking for charity; we’re calling for a common-sense investment in the global recovery.

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