Denmark donates 250,000 Covid-19 vaccines to Rwanda

Just over 200,000 vaccine doses have been bought by Australia, and Rwanda will receive a 250,000 dose donation.

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250,000 Johnson & Johnson doses are on their way to Rwanda, after the Danish Government decided to donate a batch of Covid-19 vaccines. This comes after Australia purchased 200,400 Moderna vaccines in September.

On Thursday in a press release, the Danish Minister for Development and Nordic Cooperation Flemming Møller Mortensen says:

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