In stark contrast to U.S., majority of Africa lacks vaccine access

The global inequality of vaccines is clear on the continent of Africa where less than 1% of people are fully vaccinated. CBS correspondent Debora Patta visits the small kingdom of Eswatini where some medical workers are still not vaccinated, and think American children getting doses before them is "unacceptable.”

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