UN official: Vaccine inequity is still an important issue

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Stephane Dujarric, spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General, said that vaccine inequity is still an important issue in an interview with China Media Group. “Countries that have the money and the vaccines should have done a lot more in the beginning and can still do a lot more,” he added.

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