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WHO to ensure delivery of coronavirus vaccines starting early next year

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The World Health Organization and its partners will start delivering coronavirus vaccines to poorer countries starting early next year. The WHO-run COVAX facility has secured two billion doses of candidate vaccines. “The arrangements announced today will enable all participating economies to have access to doses in the first half of 2021," the WHO, Gavi and CEPI said in a statement related to the vaccine delivery.