Doctor Banza Ilunga, clinical doctor at the COVID19 Treatment Center (CTCO) housed by the Referral Kinkole Hospital (HGR), takes care of hospitalized patients in this establishment on the downtown of Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
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The global response to the pandemic has failed to deliver equal and equitable access to date, with the world now divided into a limited number of countries where people can protect themselves from this killer disease, and the majority of countries where people are left vulnerable to it.

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Photograph by Charly Kasereka

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