Denmark sends 358,000 surplus vaccines to Kenya

Minister for Development Cooperation Flemming Møller Mortensen is pleased with this unconventional solution, which is supported politically and by experts.

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The Danish government is sending 358,000 doses of Astrazeneca vaccines to Kenya, after an agreement was made between Denmark and the East African country. This is a collaboration between the Danish State Serum Institute and Unicef, according to Danish media Jyllands-posten.

The Danish Minister for Development Cooperation, Flemming Møller Mortensen, calls it a good solution, saying Kenyan residents now have an extra tool in the fight against covid-19.

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