Some countries around the world have already started administering a Covid-19 vaccine to test how it works in non-trial conditions. But how will African countries get the vaccine, and when might that be? BBC Africa Health reporter Rhoda Odhiambo answers some of your burning questions. Produced by Anthony Irungu and Marko Zoric.

Published duration3 days ago Section BBC News Subsection Africa

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-africa-55337122

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