Senegal receives donation of Chinese vaccines

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    Senegal has received another batch of COVID-19 vaccines donated by China. The shipment included doses of the Chinese-made Sinopharm jab. In a ceremony on Friday, the Chinese Ambassador to Senegal, Xiao Han, signed for the donation. The event took place in the presidential palace, with President Macky Sall in attendance. The Chinese ambassador reaffirmed the strong cooperation between both countries.

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