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NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — The African Union special envoy tasked with leading efforts to procure COVID-19 vaccines for the continent is blasting Europe as Africa struggles amid a crushing third surge of infections, saying Thursday that “not one dose, notNAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — The African Union special envoy tasked with leading efforts to procure COVID-19 vaccines for the continent is blasting Europe as Africa struggles amid a crushing third surge of infections, saying Thursday that “not one dose, not

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Daily infections rise threefold on the continent with more than a dozen African countries reporting their worst figures.Daily infections rise threefold on the continent with more than a dozen African countries reporting their worst figures.

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The African Union special envoy tasked with leading efforts to procure COVID-19 vaccines for the continent is blasting Europe as Africa struggles amid a crushing third surge of infections, saying Thursday that "not one dose, not one vial, has left a European factory for Africa."The African Union special envoy tasked with leading efforts to procure COVID-19 vaccines for the continent is blasting Europe as Africa struggles amid a crushing third surge of infections, saying Thursday that "not one dose, not one vial, has left a European factory for Africa."

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Relying on donor funding means that the funder ultimately determines the health priorities. This is one reason why many programmes in Africa focus on a single disease such as HIV.Relying on donor funding means that the funder ultimately determines the health priorities. This is one reason why many programmes in Africa focus on a single disease such as HIV.

COVID-19 shows why Africa's reliance on outsiders for health services is a problem

COVID-19 shows why Africa's reliance on outsiders for health services is a problem

The South African pharmaceutical company Aspen has begun production of hundreds of millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine for African countries. To speed up the process, the company is getting a large funding boost from the U.S. government.   Speaking during a virtual press briefing Thursday, Mark Marchick, a top executive for the U.S. International Development Financial Corporation, said Aspen would receive about $712 million to produce vaccine for people in Africa.The South African pharmaceutical company Aspen has begun production of hundreds of millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine for African countries. To speed up the process, the company is getting a large funding boost from the U.S. government.   Speaking during a virtual press briefing Thursday, Mark Marchick, a top executive for the U.S. International Development Financial Corporation, said Aspen would receive about $712 million to produce vaccine for people in Africa.

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The United States will begin shipping the first batch of COVID-19 vaccines it has donated to Africa from this weekend, a special envoy of the African Union said on Thursday, as the continent sees a surge in cases fuelled by variants.The United States will begin shipping the first batch of COVID-19 vaccines it has donated to Africa from this weekend, a special envoy of the African Union said on Thursday, as the continent sees a surge in cases fuelled by variants.

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The continent aimed to get 700 million doses by the end of the year but has secured only 65 million doses so farThe continent aimed to get 700 million doses by the end of the year but has secured only 65 million doses so far

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Strive Masiyiwa also took aim at the global effort meant to distribute vaccines to low-and middle-income countriesStrive Masiyiwa also took aim at the global effort meant to distribute vaccines to low-and middle-income countries

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The African Union special envoy tasked with leading efforts to procure Covid-19 vaccines for the continent has criticised European countries as Africa struggles to deal with a third surge in infections.The African Union special envoy tasked with leading efforts to procure Covid-19 vaccines for the continent has criticised European countries as Africa struggles to deal with a third surge in infections.

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South Africans from the age of 50 can now register for Covid-19 vaccinations. Those aged 60 and older are encouraged to continue to register on the electronic system.South Africans from the age of 50 can now register for Covid-19 vaccinations. Those aged 60 and older are encouraged to continue to register on the electronic system.

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The United States government has announced a €600 million (about R10.1bn) investment plan for Aspen Pharmacare to secure enough vaccines for the African continent. The United States government has announced a €600 million (about R10.1bn) investment plan for Aspen Pharmacare to secure enough vaccines for the African continent.

US commits R10.1bn for SA's Aspen Pharmacare to manufacture vaccines for Africa | News24

R10 billion finance boost for local vaccine production; Sanral appears to be waiting for an answer on e-tolls like the rest of us; South Africa needs R120…R10 billion finance boost for local vaccine production; Sanral appears to be waiting for an answer on e-tolls like the rest of us; South Africa needs R120 billion to avert a water crisis; and Zuma rejects Constitutional Court ruling, saying it’s unconstitutional.

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The cash injection will help Africa's largest pharmaceutical company to refinance existing debt and strengthen its balance sheet.The cash injection will help Africa's largest pharmaceutical company to refinance existing debt and strengthen its balance sheet.

COVID-19 Vaccine | Aspen Pharmacare to get R10bn boost | eNCA

JSE-listed Aspen Pharmacare has secured a €600 million (R10 billion) financing package to support the pharmaceutical firm’s operations, including the production of vaccines.JSE-listed Aspen Pharmacare has secured a €600 million (R10 billion) financing package to support the pharmaceutical firm’s operations, including the production of vaccines.

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Financing deal is the first result of partnership launched during French president’s visit in MayFinancing deal is the first result of partnership launched during French president’s visit in May

Shot in the arm for Africa vaccine output as Aspen gets R10bn

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — The African Union special envoy tasked with leading efforts to procure COVID-19 vaccines for the continent is blasting Europe as Africa struggles amid a crushing third wave of infections. Strive Masiyiwa said that “not one dose, not one vial, has left a European factory for Africa.” Masiyiwa also took aim Thursday

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The African Union special envoy tasked with leading efforts to procure COVID-19 vaccines for the continent is blasting Europe as Africa struggles amid a crushing third surge of infections, saying Thursday that 'not one dose, not one vial, has left a European factory for Africa.'The African Union special envoy tasked with leading efforts to procure COVID-19 vaccines for the continent is blasting Europe as Africa struggles amid a crushing third surge of infections, saying Thursday that 'not one dose, not one vial, has left a European factory for Africa.'

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Masiyiwa: Not one dose, not one vial, has left a European factory for AfricaMasiyiwa: Not one dose, not one vial, has left a European factory for Africa

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Masiyiwa: Not one dose, not one vial, has left a European factory for AfricaMasiyiwa: Not one dose, not one vial, has left a European factory for Africa

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