Covid-19 crisis: Stuttering SA left behind as Rwanda powers ahead in vaccination drive

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Health Workers during Premier Makhura's visit to Netcare Milpark Vaccination Site.
Health Workers during Premier Makhura's visit to Netcare Milpark Vaccination Site.
(Photo by Gallo Images/Sharon Seretlo)

The East African nation of Rwanda has managed to vaccinate 140 000 people in two days against Covid-19, while a dithering South Africa managed to reach the same number in three weeks.

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