How vaccine hesitancy is hampering Africa’s war on Covid
Health experts worry that public scepticism could prolong a pandemic that has already killed more than 3.3-million people worldwide
Nairobi — When Edith Serem received her Covid-19 vaccination in April at a hospital in Nairobi where she works as a doctor, nurses jokingly warned she might start speaking in a foreign language.
Serem said some colleagues got the AstraZeneca shot after watching her closely for several days to see if she was OK, but others refused, still wary of possible side effects...
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