UN chief calls for even and fair vaccine distribution

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    United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres called for fair and even distribution of COVID vaccines around the world. At Wednesday’s UN Security Council meeting, Guterres said 130 nations have not acquired a single vaccine dose.

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