The anti-COVID vaccine reaches the most remote places

All over the world medical personnel and authorities must go to great lengths and scramble to vaccinate residents of remote locations. You have to go by boat to islands, on snowmobiles to snowy peaks and by river to the most remote locations in the Brazilian Amazon. Drones, motorcycles, elephants, horses and camels are also used to vaccinate everyone, according to Robin Nandy, director of UNICEF’s immunization unit.

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