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'No more boosters:' WHO chief blasts coronavirus vaccine distribution inequality

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WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhamnon Ghebreyesus says countries with high coronavirus vaccination rollout continue to 'ignore our call for a global moratorium on boosters', as he argues equitable vaccine distribution needs to be established.

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