Fears for developing nations after Australia says it will stop making AstraZeneca | The World

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Australia plans to stop AstraZeneca vaccine production early next year. The government will not renew its contract with biotech giant CSL beyond the 51 million doses it’s already contracted to deliver.

This decision is causing concern for developing countries that still need to vaccinate millions of citizens. University of Reading’s Dr Alexander Edwards says it’s difficult to keep track of where various vaccines are being made.

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