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Where a Vaccination Campaign Faces Skepticism, War and Corruption

12 days ago   |   By NY Times

A half-million doses arrived this month in Afghanistan, where many insist the virus isn't real and vaccines aren't needed. Those who want the vaccine fear that only the well-connected will receive it.
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