BioNTech to ship mRNA vaccine factory kits to Africa

Inoculation rates in Rwanda, South Africa, Senegal and the African Union have fallen far behind other parts of the world. Image: UNSPLASH/ Braňo

Ludwig Burger

Journalist, Reuters


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BioNTech's vaccine production plant is housed in repurposed shipping containers. Image: REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
A blurred image of a person holding a vaccine jar. Image: REUTERS/Lukas Barth

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