Gavi Commits Up To $300M To Buy Ebola Vaccines; Additional $90M Could Support Health Systems

Reuters: Gavi alliance commits up to $300 mln to buy Ebola vaccines
“Gavi, the global vaccines alliance, has committed up to $300 million to buy Ebola vaccines and is ready to begin procurement as soon as the World Health Organization recommends one for use, the alliance said on Thursday. Up to an additional $90 million could also be used to support countries to introduce the vaccines and to rebuild their health systems, it added…” (12/11).

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