President Cyril Ramaphosa says any COVID-19 vaccine must be made available to all countries, even if they can’t afford it.
Ramaphosa, who is also African Union chairperson, was co-chairing the first high-level meeting of the World Health Organization’s ACT-A facilitation council.
ACT-A seeks to ensure that vaccines are distributed equitably. Governments may need to subsidize the development of vaccines as an incentive to ensure fast and adequate production,” Ramaphosa said.
“As a global community, we must encourage people to participate in safe clinical trials of different vaccines.
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Vhudi gave the judges a stellar performance during his audition, singing his very own song My Yoki Yoki, which ultimately won the hearts of many. Learn more