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Geneva — The World Health Organization’s (WHO) Europe director Hans Kluge said on Thursday that vaccine manufacturers are working non-stop to plug shortfalls in supplies to countries struggling to curb the Covid-19 pandemic and urged them not to jostle for deliveries.

“Solidarity does not necessarily mean that each country in the world starts [vaccinating] at exactly the same moment ... The understanding is that no-one is safe before everyone is safe,” Kluge told an online news briefing...

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