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TURKEY: Covid-19 vaccination program likely to fall short of its targets

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The government’s planned Covid-19 vaccination program appears set to fall short of its targets and potentially add to the damage that its often confused response to the pandemic has already caused to its credibility. On the logistical front, it is still unclear how the vaccination program will be administered. The government’s lack of transparency in handling the pandemic has exacerbated an environment in which much is believed and little is trusted – not least when it comes to the safety of Covid-19 vaccines. On 27 December, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca declared that
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