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Fast and Fair Vaccine Update – August to October 2021

CARE's Fast and Fair initiative supports countries to equitably deliver COVID-19 vaccines through four pillars: Advocate, Facilitate, Protect and Mobilize. CARE has identified 22 countries (and counting) with strong capacity, partnerships, and readiness to scale. As of October 2021, 126.2 million people have been vaccinated in areas where CARE is providing meaningful and significant promotion for vaccination rollout. We have also supported mass media messages promoting vaccines to 263 million people.

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