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COVID-19: France steps up vaccination drive
France, with one of the highest infection rates in Europe, has been slow to vaccinate. Now large facilities to speed up the fight against the pandemic are bustling. DW visits a vaccination center at the Stade de France stadium north of Paris.
DW fact check: Four coronavirus vaccination myths examined
Countless coronavirus vaccination myths get shared on the internet. Some claim that getting a jab causes infertility, while others say it can manipulate human DNA. DW investigates.
Presidential steering committee to sensitise Nasarawa communities on vaccination
The Presidential Steering Committee on Covid 19 and Governors of the North Central Region have resolved to intensify sensitization campaigns in communities across the zone.
Coronavirus: Most Germans doubt vaccination timeline — poll
More and more people are losing hope in the German government’s inoculation campaign. But family doctors are ready to help, and the health minister has said the vaccination pace will pick up.
COVID-19: Israel's vaccination drive hits stumbling blocks
Israel has led the world in its vaccination drive. As it moves forward, the country is also debating what to do with people who don't want to get the precious jab.
Biden pledges $4 billion for COVAX vaccinations program
A senior White House official said the US has a "role in beating the pandemic globally." The program has gotten off to a slow start in distributing vaccinations to poor nations.
Japan starts COVID vaccination program
Japan has administered the first shots of its vaccination program, starting with healthcare workers. So far, only the BioNTech-Pfizer jab has been authorized.
Iran starts Covid-19 vaccination campaign
Parsa Namaki, the son of the Iranian health minister, is the first person to be vaccinated in Tehran as Iran begins its vaccination campaign against Covid-19 to fight the Middle East's deadliest outbreak of the illness.
India: Front-line workers optimistic about vaccination drive
While vaccine skepticism persists in some sections of the population, most health workers in Delhi think that the vaccination drive is a step in the right direction.
Africa lags in COVID-19 vaccination drive
Officials say 60% of Africa's 1.3 billion people will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to achieve continentwide herd immunity. But, with cases surging, governments are scrambling to secure enough supplies.
Nigeria's total public debt increases by N6 trillion in 1 year, Pope receives vaccination and more
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COVID-19 Vaccination: Scientists caution FG, Deeper Life School: Victim's parents demand N100 million
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