Weekly snapshots of the latest in vaccine news.
WHO Director-General, Dr Tedros Adhanom has made an urgent call for vaccine equity on the continent.
The Kenyan government has announced that the country will begin locally producing Covid-19 vaccines next year.
Africa is facing a vaccine shortfall of almost 470 million doses in 2021, which has put the continent's year-end target of fully vaccinating 40% of the population in jeopardy.
Tanzania has ramped up its vaccination rollout by adding almost 1000 centers for Covid-19 vaccinations.
Nigeria has announced that over 1.6 million Nigerians have been fully vaccinated, while a further 4,052,756 have received at least one dose.
A look into Malawi's strategy to protect its frontline health workers from Covid-19.
A comparison between vaccine rollouts in Atlanta and Nairobi, and a look into vaccine inequalities faced by countries in the global south.
Rwanda has promised to share locally manufactured Covid-19 vaccines with the East African Community.
South Africa is vaccinating children as part of global clinical trials of China's Sinovac vaccine.