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Nairobi/Kigali —  Kenya received over a million doses of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine on Wednesday, while Rwanda said it was the first in Africa to secure shots from Pfizer, as efforts to inoculate the world's poorest nations accelerated.

With fewer resources and tougher logistics than other regions, African nations are racing to secure the doses needed to protect their roughly 1.3-billion people and allow the safe reopening of economies...

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