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People sanitizing at bus station to prevent COVID-19 in Rwanda, March 23, 2021. Photo by Davyimage via Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 4.0). COVID-19 vaccination in much of Africa has lost momentum in recent months. Though vaccine shipments to the continent have increased in 2022 — more than doubling from November 2021 to January 2022 — the number of vaccine doses administered fell by 35 percent between February and March 2022. Rollouts have been slow, for a variety of reasons including logistical challenges related to vaccine storage and distribution, vaccine hesitancy, and a perception that COVI…

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