Pakistan Has a Big Idea: Send 13,000 Teams Led by Women to Vaccinate the Hesitant

13,000 teams led by women were dispatched across the southern province of Sindh to vaccinate some 12 million people over the age of 12 with COVID-19 vaccines. This dramatic intervention by the Sindh government aims to vaccinate a cohort they have struggled to reach: some 25% of residents who have not had their first dose, despite vaccines being widely available for the past year through supplies provided by the U.N.-backed COVAX program, the U.S. and China. Find out how these door-to-door campaigns are progressing in this NPR article.

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