While more than 12 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered around the world, many developing countries still lag when it comes to inoculating their populations. Inoculating the African population is key to the continent’s economic recovery. It has been calculated that global GDP rises by approximately $7.83 billion for every one million vaccinated individuals. But if vaccine inequity persists, especially among the least-developed countries (LDCs), paths to recovery will be long and arduous.

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