U.S. Covid-19 Vaccine Donations to Poor Countries Fall Short of Target

The US fell far short of its own goal of donating around 1.1 billion Covid-19 vaccines to developing countries by the end of September, as many recipient governments, particularly in Africa, struggle with low demand for the vaccines and limited funds for their distribution have fight .

President Biden made the pledge last September at a virtual summit with other world leaders. At the time, many poor nations had waited months to get Covid-19 vaccines to their most vulnerable citizens after the US and Europe bought up limited supplies and India blocked exports of doses made by the Serum Institute of India were , the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer. Hundreds of thousands died as the Alpha, Gamma and Delta variants swept across Africa, Asia and Latin America.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-covid-19-vaccine-donations-to-poor-countries-fall-short-of-target-11664618813 U.S. Covid-19 Vaccine Donations to Poor Countries Fall Short of Target

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