IN FULL: Kenya’s President warns against ‘vaccine nationalism’

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The President of Kenya says the “entire developing world” is fighting a battle with wealthy nations for vaccines.

Uhuru Kenyatta has urged governments around the world to work together and put an end to “vaccine nationalism”, warning that “nobody is safe until everyone is safe”.

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