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15 Feb 2021
Zimbabwe president Emmerson Mnangagwa has announced the recipient of its first batch of COVID19 vaccines. Wrapped in white tarpaulin, the shipment of 200,000 doses, a donation from the Chinese government, arrived early Monday aboard the country's only working aircraft - an Air Zimbabwe Boeing 767. “The first batch of vaccines for Zimbabwe has been successfully…

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