The U.S. will share 25 million doses of COVID vaccine with the world


The United States will share 25 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine with the world through the international COVAX sharing program, and will remove some restrictions and allow other countries to purchase US supplies to help vaccine production. These vaccines will be used in its nearest neighbors Canada and Mexico, as well as Southeast Asia, Africa, India and South Korea. The White House stated that sharing vaccines is not to gain political support, but to help end the pandemic. The special powers of certain vaccine manufacturers (including AstraZeneca and Novavax) under the US National Defense Production Act will be cancelled, thereby releasing raw materials for production.



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