A man receives a shot from a health worker, both wear masks and protective gear.

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A month into its COVID-19 vaccine rollout, Zimbabwe has struggled to surpass the 75,000 mark as some front-line health workers are skeptical about the Chinese-made Sinopharm efficacy rate. 

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A citizen gets a Sinopharm vaccine against the coronavirus at the Zimbabwean main vaccination center, Wilkins Hospital, March 31, 2021, in Harare. 

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