The True Cost of Delivering COVID Vaccines: South Sudan - CARE

The True Cost of Delivering COVID Vaccines: South Sudan

By July 18, South Sudan was able to administer the 60,000 doses of COVID- 19 vaccine they had in stock through a series of smart investments in delivery, training, and social mobilization coordinated with several different partners. As new doses are projected to arrive in country in August, South Sudan continues to reinforce gaps in the health systems to make COVID-19 vaccinations possible without disrupting existing health services.

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