US reveals plans for donating first 25 million Covid-19 vaccine doses

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The Biden administration has announced which countries will share in the first 25 million Covid-19 vaccine doses donated by the U.S. to help low- and middle-income nations combat the pandemic.

The decision comes after months of internal debate and growing pressure from America’s allies to share shots.
– Nineteen million doses will be routed through the global aid program COVAX to countries in Central and South America, Asia and Africa.
– Another 6 million doses will be split among nations including Mexico, Canada and South Korea, as well as U.N. health workers. 

The donation will include a mixture of vaccines from Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer and Moderna.

[Politico]

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