In June, the United States will donate the vaccines it uses for its residents to other countries for the first time
US President Joe Biden said in June the United States Donrano To other countries, 20 million doses of coronavirus vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson: These are the three vaccines authorized to be administered in the United States, and it will be the first time the country has shipped vaccines abroad that it can use internally. It was not clear which countries it will be sent to. At the end of April, the US government said it would be sent abroad 60 million doses AstraZeneca vaccine, but not approved for administration in the United States.
Biden’s decision also comes on the heels of criticism in recent weeks by several countries, including India, which have accused the United States of administering vaccines in a protective manner and limiting their exports. The World Health Organization has long reminded that countries with the highest proportion of people vaccinated should do more to help those struggling with the most difficult vaccination campaigns. In the United States, 47 percent of the population received at least one dose, while 37 percent completed the full course of vaccination.
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