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Africa's First mRNA vaccine plant opened in Rwanda

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German pharmaceutical company BioNTech has broken ground for the production site of its COVID-19 vaccine. The 30,000-square-meter plant in Kigali will have an estimated annual capacity of some 50 million vaccine doses. Rwanda's President Paul Kagame called the breaking of ground a "milestone towards vaccine equity" Only three Africa nations will meet the global target of 70% vaccine coverage by the end of June.
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Africa's First mRNA vaccine plant opened in Rwanda

Rwanda and German pharma company BioNTech broke ground Thursday on Africa's first mRNA vaccine factory where cutting-edge treatments for diseases like Covid-19 will be made for millions across the continent.

10 days ago·South Africa
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Rwanda: BioNTech Breaks Ground On First mRNA Vaccine Plant in Africa

The German pharmaceutical company BioNTech has broken ground for the production site of its COVID-19 vaccine in Rwanda's capital, Kigali.

10 days ago·South Africa
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Deutsche Welle

BioNTech breaks ground on first mRNA vaccine plant in Africa | DW | 23.06.2022

German pharmaceutical company BioNTech has begun construction of an COVID-19 vaccine plant in Rwanda. When completed, it will be the first mRNA vaccine plant in Africa.

10 days ago·Germany
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Anadolu Ajansı

BioNTech starts construction of first mRNA vaccine plant in Africa

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10 days ago·Turkey
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Medical Xpress

Rwanda breaks ground on first mRNA vaccine plant

Rwanda and German pharma company BioNTech broke ground Thursday on Africa's first mRNA vaccine factory where cutting-edge treatments for diseases like COVID-19 will be made for millions across the continent.

10 days ago
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Africa News

Rwanda: the construction of the first mRNA vaccine factory in Africa kicks off | Africanews

German company BioNTech expects to set up additional factories in Senegal and South Africa.

10 days ago·Pointe- Noire, Congo
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