Coronavirus live news: Cambodia starts vaccinating six-year-olds; Africa jabs shortfall ‘raises risk of deadly variants’
Cambodia hopes to reopen schools closed for months; parts of Africa could be ‘breeding grounds for vaccine-resistant variants’, says WHO
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Cuba jabs toddlers
As Cambodia vaccinates children over six, in Cuba a programme is underway to get jabs into the arms of two year olds.
Cambodia starts to vaccinate six- to 11-year-olds
Cambodia began vaccinating six- to 11-year-olds on Friday as part of a programme to reopen schools that have been closed for months.