African nations do not currently know how many doses of vaccine they’ll receive. In Democratic Republic of Congo, vaccine storage challenges and cultural resistance to treatment will limit how quickly the population is vaccinated. But the biggest hurdle may be competition with other rich nations for a limited global supply. Chris Ocamringa reports from Kinshasa.
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