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  1. PhotoCarrying a box of vaccines this spring in Goma, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The country received 1.7 million AstraZeneca doses through Covax in March, but distribution is another challenge.
    CreditGuerchom Ndebo/Getty Images

    Where a Vast Global Vaccination Program Went Wrong

    After months of struggle, the U.N.-backed Covax alliance will soon have many more doses, promising relief for vaccine shortages in poorer countries. But it faces a deepening crisis: difficulties getting shots into arms as the Delta variant spreads.

    By Benjamin Mueller and




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