WASHINGTON (AN) — The World Bank approved US$2 billion in financing for COVID-19 vaccines in 17 developing countries on Tuesday, part of a two-year US$12 billion package aimed at helping poorer nations strengthen their vaccination systems.
The funding will support COVID-19 vaccinations in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cape Verde, Ecuador, El Salvador, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Gambia, Honduras, Ivory Coast, Lebanon, Mongolia, Nepal, Philippines, Rwanda, Tajikistan and Tunisia.
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