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$1.3B J&J vaccine for Africa

Toronto-based Mastercard Foundation, which has more than $39 billion in assets will spend $1.3 billion over the next three years to acquire and deliver COVID-19 vaccines for more than 50 million people in Africa. It’s a first-of-its-kind effort for a Western nonprofit to bolster Africa’s lagging vaccination campaign amid widespread fears of a third wave of infections on the continent. The foundation will purchase single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccines at the discounted rate negotiated by the African Union during its 220 million dose deal with the vaccine manufacturer but some countries have been experiencing issues with the J&J vaccine . How are the J& J Vaccine issue going to be dealt with ?

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