April 8, 2021

Africa Covid Banner

According to the World Health Organization, as of mid-March, 2021 approximately 7 million doses of COVID-19 vaccination have been given in Africa. Cumulatively, over 25 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been received in 38 African countries, 30 of which have started vaccination campaigns. However, much more remains to be done to ensure that Africans, many of whom have been subjects in vaccine trials, are in line to benefit. At the current rate, these countries won’t reach 60% vaccine coverage until 2023 or beyond.

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dc dialogues

School of Global Public Health

DC Brademas Center

Dr. Holly Hagan, PhD

Holly Hagan, PhD

Frankie Edozien

Frankie Edozien (Moderator)

Dr. Matthew M. Kavanagh, PhD

Matthew M. Kavanagh, PhD

S. Matthew Liao, PhD

S. Matthew Liao, PhD

Kodjo Senah, PhD

Dr. Kodjo Senah, PhD