UNICEF calls on supply chain and transport industry to take COVID-19 vaccines to the world

Cool boxes are loaded as Air France-KLM's cargo operations prepare a massive logistical operation to distribute new COVID-19 vaccines, Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, Netherlands, November 25, 2020. Image: REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw

Margi Van Gogh

Head of Supply Chain and Transport, World Economic Forum

Etleva Kadilli

Director, Supply Division, UNICEF


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