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Coronavirus Update: WHO warns poorer countries are not getting fair share of COVID vaccine supply, as Colombia passes 100,000 deaths

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The global tally of confirmed cases of COVID-19 was headed toward 179 million on Tuesday, a day after the World Health Organization issued its latest warning that lower-income countries are not getting their fair share of vaccines.

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