Tanzania is looking to set up its own vaccine manufacturing plant as part of its wider plan to tackle Covid-19 and other diseases in the country. The BBC reports that President Samia Suluhu Hassan said the country was also aiming to export vaccines to eastern and southern African countries. In a statement, she said Tanzania was likely to spend nearly $100m by 2030 to import vaccines, hence the need to set up its own local capacity.
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