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In Jordan, the fight against Covid-19 requires the vaccination of refugees

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Jordan has launched a vast operation to vaccinate the 750,000 refugees on its territory registered with the UN. If the country is so generous, it is not only out of humanism, it is also strategic: according to the UN, to achieve collective immunity, it is necessary to vaccinate en masse.

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