Morocco received 2 million doses of Vaccine, the first big shipment to Africa

On Friday Morocco received 2 million doses of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, becoming the first African country to get a large enough shipment to start rolling out a nationwide free immunization program.

The consignment arrived on a Royal Air Maroc flight from India, which began exporting the vaccine, developed in conjunction with Oxford University, to mid-and lower-income countries this week.
The vast majority of the production of the three most widely approved COVID vaccines, including the AstraZeneca drug, has so far been hoovered up by developed nations.