US Government Announced Plans to Share 55-Million Covid-19 Vaccine Doses Globally


On Monday, 21st June 2021, the administration of Joe Biden has announced, the government of United States is going to send 55-million novel corona virus vaccine doses to the countries in the continents of Asia, Latin America and Africa as the novel corona virus is continuing to spread rapidly in the low and middle-income countries.

The 55-million novel corona virus vaccine doses had been the remaining part of the 80-million corona virus vaccine shots, that were committed by Joe Biden, president of the US, for donating the abroad countries, and previous this month, the government of United States said that, it is going to send the first 25-million doses of the corona virus vaccine to the countries in South and Central America, Africa, Asia, along with the neighboring countries and allies of US.

The government of the United States is also going to be planning to allocate 75 percent of the initial 80-million vaccine doses through COVAX, a nonprofit organization, that is helpful in distributing the novel corona virus vaccines mainly to the poorer countries, and the remaining shots are going to be sent to the countries, that are currently dealing with the continuous increase in the new covid-19 cases.

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On 21st June 2021, Biden Administration said, around 14-million doses of the novel corona virus vaccine are going to be sent to the places in the countries of Latin America and Caribbean that includes Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia, Honduras, Dominican Republic, etc., and around 16-million covid-19 vaccines will be sent to the Asian countries including India, Nepal, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, etc.