Shots in the dark: vaccine rollout highlights Africa’s energy gap
As African countries scramble to acquire and roll out vaccines, the urgent need for reliable energy supply is once again in the spotlight.
Health officials say at least two thirds of Africa’s 1.3-billion people will need to be vaccinated against Covid-19 if the continent is to achieve herd immunity. Meeting this target will be difficult, not least because of the lack of reliable power supply...
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