US President Joe Biden has announced that the United States will share 80 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine with other countries in the next 6 weeks as part of the fight against the coronavirus (Covid-19).
As vaccination campaigns continue unabated around the world in the fight against the coronavirus, the UNITED States has announced global vaccine assistance.
The United States will share 80 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine with other countries over the next 6 weeks, US President Joe Biden said at a news conference. “Today we are taking an additional step to help the world. We know that the United States will never be fully safe until the globally escalating epidemic is contained. No ocean is wide enough to keep us safe, no wall is high enough.”
With the consent of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, all AstraZeneca vaccine doses were produced in the country, as well as Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson&Johnson (J&J) Covid-19 vaccine doses, will be distributed, President Biden said. It’s the right thing to do. That’s the smart thing to do. That’s what’s strong to do.”
This latest step will make the United States a leader in the sharing of vaccine supplies, leaving both China and Russia behind, Biden said. Just like the U.S. 2. Just as democracy was the arsenal in World War II, our nation will be an arsenal of vaccines for the rest of the world in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. We will share these vaccines to end the epidemic everywhere. We will not use our vaccines to benefit other countries.”
Underlining that at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine has been administered to 60 percent of the total population in the United States so far, President Biden said that “the number of adults in the United States has increased to 60 percent of the population with at least one dose of the vaccine in less than 4 months.”
For the first time since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, Covid-19 cases have decreased in 50 states, Biden said, adding that covid-19-related deaths have decreased by 81 percent. “Right now, I can’t promise that this is going to continue like this. We know there will be progress and setbacks. And we know that many flare-ups may occur.”