Zimbabwe receives fourth batch of COVID-19 vaccines from China

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#Zimbabwe received the fourth batch of COVID-19 vaccine doses manufactured by #China’s #Sinopharm on Sunday. Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe Guo Shaochun handed over the consignment to Zimbabwean Vice President Constantino Chiwenga, who is also the country’s minister of health and child care, at Harare’s Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport.

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