The Solidarity Fund, which was established as an independent, rapid-release vehicle in March to mobilise resources to assist in the fight against Covid-19, is planning to continue with its work until the end of 2021.

Key interventions could be to assist government in the procurement of vaccines and to deal with the effects of a possible surge in infections next winter...

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