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South Africa resumes giving Johnson & Johnson jabs to health care workers

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 28 April 2021
South Africa has resumed giving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to health care workers after a more than two-week pause in the use of the only Covid-19 inoculation in the country.
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