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Geneva/London  — About 156 nations have joined a global scheme for fair distribution of future vaccines against COVID-19, an alliance led by the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Monday, but superpowers China and the US did not sign up.

US President Donald Trump's government has already secured future supplies through bilateral deals, prompting accusations of selfish behaviour to the detriment of poor countries...

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