The vaccine will be given to 92 low-income countries and to the African Union next year.
Biden officials have agreed with vaccine manufacturers in the United States to supply 500 million varieties of COVID-19 vaccines to 100 countries next year.
While preparing for a major summit with European leaders, President Joe Biden was pressured do more to make the US vaccine to poor countries.
Biden is expected to announce the meeting at a three-day Group Seven (G7) summit to be held in Cornwall, United Kingdom, which is set to begin on June 10, according to people who spoke to The Washington Post.
Biden was asked by a reporter when he boarded Air Force One to fly to the UK if he had a global strike. “I have them, and I will always make an announcement,” Biden said.
The U.S. will pay “nonprofit” prices to Pfizer and BioNTech to support the 200 million vaccines that will be distributed this year and another 300 million between next year, according to The New York Times.
President Biden tells reporters as he leaves his first foreign trip that he has a global vaccination program for COVID to announce
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The dose of COVID-19 vaccine will be purchased by the US government and will then be distributed to 92 low-income countries and to the African Union next year, The Associated Press and Reuters quoted unnamed sources as saying.
How to bridge the gap between vaccine availability between rich and developing countries and developing countries G7 negotiations.
Although the number of people in the US and UK has been vaccinated and the incidence of COVID-19 cases has dropped, the epidemic continues to spread and Brazil and India are still suffering from high mortality.
The World Health Organization says an estimated 11 billion will be needed to vaccinate the country.
Last week, Biden pledged to share 80 million vaccines with other countries and more to be distributed by COVAX, a global multi-stakeholder alliance.
Biden’s management is striving to achieve his goal 70% of U.S. adults have been vaccinated on July 4, Independence Day.
The U.S. has provided 303 million vaccines to more than 171 million people who have received the same dose, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The U.S. population includes 140 million people with a complete two-drug vaccine, or about 42% of the US population, according to a CDC report.
The Pan American Health Organization has warned that Latin America 2021 COVID-19 is on the rise over 2020. Cases of the virus are on the rise in Central and Central America.
The governments of India, which reported the worst news of 4,529 deaths each day on May 19, and Brazil, who witnessed more than 2,500 people die on June 2, efforts have been made to reach more vaccines.